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Rust-Oleum Specialty

Model # 267727

Internet # 204639861

Store SKU # 1000032177

6 oz. Mirror Finish Spray Paint

$8.47 /each
  • Create a mirror like object out of glass or acrylic surfaces
  • Spray reverse side of objects to create effect
  • Use 2X Flat Black over Mirror Paint to increase reflectivity

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 267727

Internet # 204639861

Store SKU # 1000032177

The Rust-Oleum Specialty 6 oz. Mirror Effect Spray makes it easy to transform glass and acrylic glass into a reflective mirror-like surface. Unique, slender can allows for easy handling. Simple, one step application dries quickly right before your eyes and provides superior durability.

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  • Ideal for glass vases, candle holders, framed glass, jars and tabletops, designed to work on ordinary glass and acrylic glass surfaces
  • Oil-based formula provides a durable, long lasting finish, dries in 10 minutes
  • Glossy finish provides a mirror-like look to any glass or acrylic glass item
  • 6 oz. can provides coverage for up to 4 sq. ft.
  • Spray anyway technology with a comfort tip for easy spraying at any angle
  • Spray on the reverse side or opposite side of glass item
  • Cleans-up with mineral spirits
  • For added protection add a thin coat of ultra cover 2x matte clear to the painted side
  • For enhanced reflectivity, add a thick coat of ultra cover 2x flat black to the painted side

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Container Size 
6 OZ-Ounce 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
Details
Application Method 
Spray 
Coating Product Category 
Paint 
Color Family 
Clear 
Color/Finish 
Mirror Finish 
Dry to touch (min.) 
10 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior 
Package Quantity 
Paint/Stain Base Material 
Oil 
Paint/Stain Clean Up 
Lacquer Thinner 
Paint/Stain Key Features 
No additional features 
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type 
General Purpose 
RGB Value 
213:213:213 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Sheen 
Gloss 
Transparency 
Solid 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Satisfaction Guaranteed 

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Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type: General Purpose
Color Family: Clear
Paint/Stain Key Features: No additional features
Sheen: Gloss
Brand: Rust-Oleum Specialty
Price: $0 - $10
Coverage Area (sq. ft.): 8
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WANT to spray wine bottles. Can't spray Inside. WIl IT WORK OUTSIDE? THANKS

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The inside of your wine bottles will have a wonderful mirror-like appearance, but that's it, I'm afraid.
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I tried spraying a container with a high neck and couldn't quite get it to paint right inside. If you paint
the outside of the bottle, you will have a dull finish, not mirrored. it isn't bad but it isn't mirrored.
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No, the way a mirror works there needs to be a pane of glass between the paint and the person. In order to coat the inside of my bottles I sprayed inside the head of the bottle, then rolled the bottle back and forth as the paint dried. Does take some extra time but they turned out cool.
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June 9, 2015
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Yes, this product can be sprayed outside.
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Can I paint this on a metal cart?

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May 24, 2016
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If Rust-Oleum Specialty Mirror Finish Spray Paint is applied to metal, it will have a dull silver finish instead of a mirrored finish. This product is designed to be applied to the reverse or opposite side of the glass in order to achieve the mirrored look.
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It won't cover very well. The coating is very thin. It was made specifically for coating the back side of a piece of glass to turn it into a mirror.
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I think it may depend on the kind of metal and if using a primer. I used mine on the flat surface of a galvanized metal cart after I used a grey primer, and it worked fine as a very shiny surface. I have also
used it on a piece of glass and followed the directions with light coats, and looks like a mirror now.
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can it be rolled

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June 8, 2016
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At this time, Rust-Oleum Mirror Finish is only available in spray paint form. Please keep in mind, this product needs to be applied to the opposite side of a glass surface in order to achieve the mirror finish. This being said the mirror side of the surface will have a very smooth looking finish.
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Sprayed on glass, with several light coats, per the directions, the finish is very smooth. Dried finish looks a lot like a Mercury Reflector.
In my opinion, the paint would dry way too fast to effectively roll on.
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I have some mirrored tiles which are damaged in some areas. Could I use it on this ??

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Only if you can remove the tiles and spray the backside. You don't get the mirror effect on the spray side.
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May 13, 2016
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Rizzy, Rust-Oleum Specialty Mirror Finish Spray Paint is designed to be applied to the back side of a glass surface to provide the mirrored effect. If the tiles are glass, this product can be used on the reverse side to patch any chipped surfaces.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Used it to create a full length mirror. Took three cans. June 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked on plexiglass I found only one can at my local store, but that was enough to try it. The can is really small. I sprayed the back of a scrap of plexiglass, turned it over and saw myself. It takes several very light coats. They dry quick. The result reminds me of old time mirrors. I wanted to use mirrors for the kitchen backsplash in my hundred year old home, but didn't want anything breakable. Trouble with this product is by the time I do all the work, it would have been cheaper to buy unbreakable mirrors. And then I would be concerned with grease splatter and scratches from cleaning. Short version: it does what it claims. The result is not a true mirror. There is a cheaper way to go. Plan to use the rest of the can on the inside of some glass vases. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff!! Used it to repurpose an old hold chandelier and it looks amazing! Plan on using it on other projects. May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NoT ImPrEsSeD! ! I did my research online and found a chrome looking spray paint product with high reviews. Mirror Effects by Rust-Oleum. Found one can of it after shopping all over town today.. Paid $9 for a small 6oz can, rushed home to try it out. Just another dissapointing shade of shiny silver. If it was truely "mirror effect" I could have seen the dissapointment in my own face. NoT ImPrEsSeD! June 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Better for flat surfaces, but actually works Used this for a small project, it was a bit tricky to paint the curved insides of my bottles, because the paint is super liquidy. I found I needed to spray inside my bottle and roll the bottle for a few minutes as the paint dried, otherwise it all just went to the bottom. But when it completely dried I was honestly surprised by how reflective my jars were! Makes a great addition to my craft supplies! July 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty cool paint for making a mirror from regular glass This is a cool new product. I never really thought of making a mirror before, but it works. My piece was a round glass from a small side table. I did not quite clean it enough, but got a nice mirror finish. Since it was a little dirty I got a swirl pattern. Aside from the swirl pattern, it's a pretty quality mirror, not blurred at all. It's probably not good enough to be used as an actual mirror, but for tables and other decorations it's good enough and very creative. I used mine with a stencil to make it even more unique. The problem with this paint, is it remains easily scratched and this ruins the mirror finish. Since you paint the back side of the glass if you can protect it, then the front is perfectly safe and can't be scratched. Also note, if not already obvious, this paint is only for glass and doesn't work on opaque material like wood. May 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mirror-Like Finish My wife and I used this paint to turn an old $5 window we got from Craigslist into a foyer mirror. Most of the work was sanding the dirty paint and cleaning the glass. Applying three coats with the can only took about 30 minutes. The paint goes on a little runny. I've used spray paint quite often before, and I was surprised when I almost immediately ended up with runs starting out. I wiped away all the drips, and restarted a bit farther back than the recommended 12". Moving very quickly, I basically misted the window several times. The paint is very thin, and gets all over the spray tip too, so you may want to wear latex/nitrile gloves to keep your hand from looking like Michael Jackson's glove by the time you're finished. Three light coats on a 2'x3' window emptied the can, so coverage is approximately 18 square feet with one coat. I couldn't find the coverage specs listed on the can itself, but Home Depot says up to 4 square feet. This is most likely with the recommended 5 coats, so that would be 20 square feet of one coat. I didn't quite get that amount of coverage out of it, but it was pretty close. I'll need to go pick up another can to finish the window, since 3 coats is still translucent from the back when held up to a light source. The "mirror" effect is a little dark still, so hopefully it will improve with another 2 coats. However, I couldn't tell much difference between coats 2 and 3 myself. I also have a few minor runs that still happened on the first coat, even though I was being very careful to keep the can moving and stick with multiple coats of very light coverage. These runs are visible if you look closely, and are a little detrimental to the whole "mirror" effect. My advice is that if you're using this on a contoured glass surface like a vase, it's a good application. If you're working with a flat piece of glass, you're better off just buying a cheap mirror and a glass cutter and going from there. April 2, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Too many coats to get desired results Expensive paint. Took 6 coats and really isn't a true mirror finish January 30, 2016
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