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Rust-Oleum Stops Rust 1 qt. Satin Black Protective Enamel Paint
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Rust-Oleum Stops Rust

1 qt. Satin Black Protective Enamel Paint

$8.46 /each

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An ideal choice for your project, the Rust-Oleum Stops Rust 32 oz. Satin Black Protective Enamel Paint features a durable, corrosion-resistant formula. This paint provides covers up to 100 sq. ft. and dries in approximately 60 minutes. This versatile paint can be used on a variety of materials including wood, metal, concrete and masonry.

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  • Applies easily for indoor and outdoor projects
  • Oil-based formula which provides superior rust-prevention, coverage and durability
  • Satin finish
  • Dries to the touch in as little as 4 hours
  • Covers up to 100 sq. ft. for your convenience
  • Rust-preventive finish for industrial applications
  • Provides lasting protection and beauty for your projects
  • Cleans up with mineral spirits
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Is it necessary to prime before using satin black paint on new bare metal?

Asked by: don
While a primer isn't absolutely necessary, you'd be surprised how much of a difference it makes in most projects. Primers make colors pop, help topcoats go on more efficiently and prepare surfaces like bare wood, metal, and rust before painting.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-02-08

How to remove rustoleum oil paint stains

Asked by: Alanna
Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Satin Protective Enamel can be removed from most surfaces with either a paint stripper or sanding.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-06-16

I painted my countertops with this and 6 hrs later still very sticky, will it dry completely?

Asked by: Kristi
Kristi, dry and recoat times for Rust-Oleum Protective Enamel Paint are based on 70°F and 50% relative humidity, so allow more time at cooler temperatures. This product dries to the touch in 2-4 hours, can be handled in 5-9 hours, and is fully dry after 24 hours.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2015-11-03
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1 qt. Satin Black Protective Enamel Paint is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love the Satin sheen to the paint, BUT this is one of the more difficult Rust Oleum Paints to a... I love the Satin sheen to the paint, BUT this is one of the more difficult Rust Oleum Paints to achieve a nice smooth even finish. As another reviewer stated, do not thin this stuff! I did, with Acetone as indicated, and ended up with blotches of different textures and sheens. Speaking of sheens, once you brush or roll this on, you have about 60 seconds to touch it, and after that, you will no longer end up with an even sheen on the entire piece. What works for me is to keep the brush well-loaded with paint, but not to the point that it is dripping. Then use a technique called “tipping” -- quickly coat an area with a few brush loads of paint, then smooth it over using the unloaded tip of the brush. Avoid trying to force paint out of a brush when it becomes too dry, because brush strokes will show up in your finished paint job. Once it’s smoothed out leave it alone!! Don’t go and back and work the paint relentlessly!! Don't Touch It!! The quicker you can get the surface covered and “tipped off” the more time the paint has to smooth out as it dries. Don’t go back and mess with drips or holidays that you notice while things are drying. You’ll have to fix it later with the next coat. Put it on, smooth it out and leave it alone. Don’t go back! If one coat of paint doesn’t cover the surface as much as you would like, you’ll get smoother results by applying two thin coats rather than one heavy coat. Its a really good product as long as your Mild Case of OCD does not want to kick in like my does. Gotta Touch it, Gotta Touch it! :) Cheers!
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Results! I applied this product to my 94 Jeep Cherokee,just the hood and roof area where the clear coat was oxidized (all dead),so I sanded most of that off and smoothed it out.I primed a few bare metal spots with a rustoleum primer and rolled out the black satin,once,let dry to flash off then another to final finish.Well, let me tell Ya, It looks 10 times better than what it did before. I did this repair about a year ago and all is well. Was worryied about white-out but not a bit. Paid $9.00 or so and used 3/4th of the quart.Just amazing,and I couldn't be happier.I Highly recommend this product. P/S,follow directions,don't paint when its too hot or high humidity.Recommend NOT cutting this product with a thinner.
Date published: 2014-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SMOOTH PROCESS I am please with the smooth process of apply the protective coating. Covered previous rust spot well.
Date published: 2016-09-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Couldn't make it work I'm refinishing an old tool cabinet that was primed with Rustoleum Clean Metal Primer. Primer was sanded and maybe 95%+ coverage with a few bare metal spots. Rolled on a coat of satin black, thinned 5% and had a tough time getting acceptable results. Edges dried very quickly and it was difficult to maintain a wet edge when rolling the next area. Very pronounced orange peel when dry and the roller left weird streaks in the finish with a different sheen and pronounced surface defects. After it dried I wet sanded most of the defects out and have applied one coat of gloss black with excellent results. I may have done something wrong with the satin black but based on my good experience with the gloss black I would not recommend the satin for large smooth surfaces.
Date published: 2014-06-10
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