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Rust-Oleum Stops Rust 11 oz. Protective Enamel Bright Coat Metallic Gloss Chrome Spray Paint
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Rust-Oleum Stops Rust

11 oz. Protective Enamel Bright Coat Metallic Gloss Chrome Spray Paint

$3.76 /each

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Product Overview

The Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Bright Coat 11 oz. Metallic Spray Paint has a formula that helps prevent rust and dries in approximately 60 minutes. Use to create a shiny, metallic finish on wood, metal and concrete, this paint features a dark-bronze color perfect for your project. This durable formula contains metallic flakes that resist tarnishing and rubbing off.

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  • Oil-based formula provides a rich metallic finish
  • Can be used on wood, metal, plaster, masonry and unglazed ceramic materials
  • Dries in as little as 60 minutes for efficient applications
  • 11 oz. can provides coverage for up to 6 sq. ft.
  • Applies easily to create a distinctive, shiny metallic finish
  • Shiny metallic finish
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this work on automotive plastic trim?

Asked by: Anonymous
I tried it, and even in dry Texas heat, it remained tacky for days. I ended up sanding it off and using Krylon with much better results.
Answered by: Justin
Date published: 2016-11-21

Will this product work on PVC pipe if I apply a primer first?

Will this product work on PVC pipe if I apply a primer first?
Asked by: BrewguyFL
Yes, it will. As long as you apply a primer designed for use on plastic, such as Rust-Oleum Universal Bonding Primer. Once the surface is primed, Ruest-Oleum Stops Rust Bright Coat will adhere to that surface. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Stops-Rust-12-oz-Universal-Bonding-Primer-Spray-Paint-Case-of-6-285011/205926957
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-02-15

Can this be used to spray paint a bike?

Asked by: LostMix69
I wouldn't recommend you use it on anything.
Answered by: cooldude
Date published: 2016-12-17

I know it doesn't mention glass, but can it be used on glass? And if not, do you have a product that can be used on glass?

I am waiting to paint and old school light fixture and want the globes to be chrome or mirror like.
Asked by: Morie
If you still need an answer to this question, this product is horrible. Try krylon instead. Rust-Oleum does offer a paint that you spray on the INSIDE of glass and the outside will have a mirror like reflection, but I've never tried it.
Answered by: Justin
Date published: 2016-11-21
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Customer Reviews

11 oz. Protective Enamel Bright Coat Metallic Gloss Chrome Spray Paint is rated 1.6 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I used this first to paint a few parts. even after days in high heat, low humidity in Texas the p... I used this first to paint a few parts. even after days in high heat, low humidity in Texas the parts were tacky. I couldn't touch them without leaving finger prints stuck in the paint. I thought maybe I put it on too thick. I sanded back to nothing and started over only applying fog coats waiting a whole day in between coats. By the time the parts were sufficiently coated and "dry" I had the same tacky results. Then I thought, well I have some Rust-oleum clear coat, maybe that will harden enought to protect it. The second I sprayed the clear coat on the silver turned to a light gray, it dint even look metallic. I tossed the can in the trash, bought Krylon's version of the same paint and the results were night and day. I've had similar experience recently with other rust-oleum paints. The moral of the story is don't buy this, quite possibly don't buy any rust-oleum products.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This paint does not even stick to a metal surface that has a primer coat on. It peels off very ea... This paint does not even stick to a metal surface that has a primer coat on. It peels off very easily. What a waste of time and money. Now I have to sand the surface all over again.
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wretched paint Even after a month of curing this paint will not withstand contact. Other Rustoleum spray metallics are what you would expect... excellent. Not the chrome, it was a waste of money and time and has left me with an installed assembly that somehow must be re-painted.
Date published: 2016-04-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stay Away From This!!! Bought a can of this, and while the finish looks great after the painting process, the metallic portion of the paint doesn't stick. After letting my painted object dry for several days, the metallic portion of the paint comes off as soon as you simply touch it with your fingertip. The base colour of grey sticks no-problem, but if it's a chrome or metallic look that you'd like, the base colour wont do.
Date published: 2014-06-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unexpected performance What the rustoleum rep on here basically said is, if you do anything other then look at it, its done. I honestly cannot recommend this for anything either. I did use it on some light fixtures that wont be touched and its standing up ok, anything moving, gets touched or automotive is an absolute no. The can does say "clearcoat not recommended" and I have to agree with the can. 3 days dry time, sprayed on clear and it was like the "chrome" or "bright silver" (its chrome come on) melted. Yeah, it was like the chrome part of the paint was melting. I have spent 10 days and about 7 cans of this and 4 cans of clear trying everything to produce a serviceable product. Cannot wet sand, cannot brush against, cannot leave exposed to elements, cannot breath on... Finally ended with a kind of satiny silver finish. The drying time of 20 to 120 minutes is way way off. Granted is was kind of humid, not unreasonably so, maybe 80%, or less and after 2 full days the finish was still "tacky" and would leave fingerprint mark impressions. Not "wear off" actual impressions, deep valleys and ridges that took a bit of sanding to get to the bottom of. Applying the product is difficult. You need to do it in one coat, one pass, if you don't there will be clearly visible differences as the "leafing" gets disbursed irregularly. KEEP THAT CAN SHAKEN Saying that it is "protective enamel" gives the impression that given it is going to put a protective enamel finish on whatever you are doing, a hard, durable, enamel finish, that is chrome, like the name and the cap imply. really though this is more then misleading, it is a blatant lie and falsely represents the actual finish you will end with. Get some 800-1200 grit sand paper and some buffing wheels, take the time to make shiny whatever you want to shine, this will not do it for you.
Date published: 2015-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Won't even adhere to primer Put this on game console controller. Sanded plastic surface, applied good primer, and then applied chrome paint. Let it dry 2-3 days. The chrome paint rolled up where my hands made contact on the controller, and exposed the primer underneath. None of the other colors of spray paint on the controller behaved similarly. Even the plasti-dip didn't fall apart this fast. Apparently not intended for objects that will be used by hands. Also used this spray paint on a plastic cooler. It comes off at the slightest touch. Scratches, scrapes, slight bumps: anything and everything takes off this paint. Apparently not intended for objects that might come into contact with other objects.
Date published: 2015-11-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Faulty can? Initially when I used this spray paint, it sprayed and applyed fine. However, the second time I used the paint, the can started to expelled air and bubble up paint at the bottom of the can. I think this can was faulty. I have never had this problem with any spray paint can. If you happen to have this problem, here are some tips that will help you out. 1) Wear gloves. The paint will get on your hands. 2) Use an drop cloth or use a pan of some sort to help stop the paint from splattering everywhere. 3) Use short bursts of spray and constantly shake the can. This helped virtually eliminate the bubbling of paint at the top of the can. Follow these tips and you should be fine.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not as advertised Paint was dull and not chrome like the cap. On top of that the paint does not loses the color with gentle handling. Dont waste your time
Date published: 2016-02-23
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