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Rust-Oleum Universal

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Store SKU #617838

11 oz. All Surface Metallic Aged Copper Spray Paint and Primer in One

$6.76 /each

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Rust-Oleum Universal 11 oz. All Surface Metallic Aged Copper Spray Paint and Primer in One is designed for diverse substrates and works on virtually any surface: vinyl, metal, plastic, fiberglass, concrete, glass, wicker and wood. Universal is suitable for interior or exterior environments. Oil based formula covers up to 35 sq. ft., protects surfaces from rust and dries to the touch in as little as 30 minutes. A specially designed nozzle eliminates finger fatigue, protects against dripping and sprays from any-angle, even upside down.

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  • Interior/exterior use, designed for diverse substrates and works on virtually any surface: vinyl, metal, plastic, fiberglass, concrete, glass, wicker and wood
  • Rust and corrosion resistant for enhanced durability
  • Covers up to 35 sq. ft.
  • Rich metallic finish provides a deep, rich shimmering look
  • Ergonomic cap eliminates finger fatigue and offers 360° any-angle spray technology
  • Oil-based formula with excellent adhesion resists fading and chipping
  • Dries to the touch in 30 minutes
  • Paint and primer in one
  • Clean up with mineral spirits
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Note: product may vary by store
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Can this product be used to cover Formica countertops if surface is properly prepared?

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July 20, 2016
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Rust-Oleum Universal Paint and Primer in One is not recommended for a laminate or Formica surface. The product will not bond properly. Instead, you may want to use Rust-Oleum Specialty Countertop Coating.
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July 11, 2016
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Yes, this is an all-surface product.
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Will the paint wash off if placed on a flower pot that will be in the rain?

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April 20, 2016
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No, Rust-Oleum Universal Metallic Spray Paint and Primer in One is designed for indoor and outdoor use. This being said it will hold up to the outdoor elements. Please keep in mind we do not recommend coating the interior side of the pot as this product is not designed for surfaces that will experience constant exposure.
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April 19, 2016
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This paint will not be washed off due to rain.
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Can this be used on wood and mdf?

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February 7, 2016
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Yes, this can be used on wood and MDF.
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February 3, 2016
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Yes, please keep in mind bare wood is very porous and may absorb a lot of paint requiring multiple coats to be necessary for a solid finish. For best results, apply 2 or more light coats of Rust-Oleum Universal Aged Metallic Spray Paint a few minutes apart.
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can this be used on large kitchen applicance?

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I want to change to color of my kitchen appliances. Would this work? Would it streak or run during application? If this product is not suitable, can you suggest an alternative? Want to use over stainless steel/ aluminum finish.
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In addition to the above comments, you should never use spray paint in an enclosed space. If painting large appliances, it is advisable to take them outdoors.
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September 21, 2015
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The Universal Metallic Aged Copper Spray Paint and Primer in One would be fine to use on the appliances. When you're spraying, technique is all-important. You need to keep the can moving at a steady speed and always at the same distance from the surface. When you do a series of strokes, overlap your passes 50% by pointing the finger that's on the spray tip at the edge of the stripe you just did. After Read More
The Universal Metallic Aged Copper Spray Paint and Primer in One would be fine to use on the appliances. When you're spraying, technique is all-important. You need to keep the can moving at a steady speed and always at the same distance from the surface. When you do a series of strokes, overlap your passes 50% by pointing the finger that's on the spray tip at the edge of the stripe you just did. After you've done a series of stripes left-to-right-to-left, do another series top-to-bottom-to-top.
If you go too fast or leave the can pointing at one spot too long, you'll get uneven gloss. And if you don't overlap the strikes evenly, you'll get a "zebra stripe" effect.
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