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Rust-Oleum Universal 11 oz. All Surface Metallic Titanium Silver Spray Paint and primer in 1

Rust-Oleum Universal

11 oz. All Surface Metallic Titanium Silver Spray Paint and primer in 1

$676 /each
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Product Overview

Rust-Oleum Universal 11 oz. All Surface Metallic Titanium Silver Spray Paint and primer in 1 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 1
  • Clean up with mineral spirits
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • See below for the full line of Universal products

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Container Size
11 OZ-Ounce
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)


Aerosol / NonAerosol
Coating Product Category
Color Family
Titanium Silver
Dry to touch (min.)
Metallic Color Type
Number per Package
Paint/Stain Base Material
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Mineral Spirits
Paint/Stain Key Features
Any Angle Spray,Paint & Primer in One,Rust Preventative
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Specialty Finish/Small Project
Specialty Finish
Substrate/Surface Use Type
All Surfaces,Concrete,Fiberglass,Glass,Metal,Plastic,Vinyl,Wood

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this be used to paint white PVC plumbing pipes that are under a sink?

Can this be used to paint white PVC plumbing pipes that are under a sink?
Asked by: Brooke
You've come to the right place, Brooke. You can use Rust-Oleum Universal Metallic Spray Paint on PVC plumbing pipes, but keep in mind that the constant exposure to water or moisture can cause the coating to crack and peel. To help provide a water-tight, flexible seal that prevents moisture penetration and corrosion, we recommend using Rust-Oleum LeakSeal on the surface prior to applying the Universal Spray Paint. This product can be top coated after 24 hours.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-07-18

Can this be used on a fiberglass vehicle hood? Even though it says "paint and primer" is there a primer I can use first

Asked by: Jr
Absolutely, JR! Rust-Oleum Universal Paint + Primer Spray can be used on a fiberglass hood. A primer would not be needed as this product can coat fiberglass very well. We suggest a light sanding with 180 or 220 grit sandpaper as well as making sure you clean the surface with a degreaser. Once it's dry, you can simply coat the surface.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-06-26

Can you apply clear coat over this spray paint without it changing the color ?

Asked by: Sham
Rust-Oleum Universal Metallic Spray Paint provides a durable protective coating with excellent resistance to rust, and excellent resistance to abrasion, fading, chipping, and dulling. If a clear coat is desired, we recommend following the recoat times listed on the labels and applying in a test area first to ensure the desired result. Check out Rust-Oleum Clear Satin Enamel Spray Paint to help give a more durable coating!
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-10-03

Is this the finish you would expect?

update to my 14Apr16 review : my images failed to display correctly ... here they are again ..
Asked by: Oldtechy
Yes, Rust-Oleum Universal Metallic Titanium Silver Spray Paint and Primer in One will create a silver-colored metallic finish. Please keep in mind, that the number of coats and the type of surface you are applying the product to can affect the finished color of the product.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-09-08
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Customer Reviews

11 oz. All Surface Metallic Titanium Silver Spray Paint and primer in 1 is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from First let me say that Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch 2X is great spray paint. I use it all the time. ... First let me say that Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch 2X is great spray paint. I use it all the time. That said Rust-Oleum Universal with the trigger spray nozzle is unreliable. The cans have a red trigger guard which they have added to prevent accidental spray during shipment. There is no cap. The small plastic trigger guard piece fits tight. You are suppose to slide it around the front of the trigger allowing the nozzle to function. Beware. It will stick and if you pull the whole trigger and nozzle assembly from the head unit you will never get it back on. I recommend throwing it away or returning the can for refund. If you attempt to just push it back onto the can it will open the valve in the can long before it mates again with the tube at the top of the valve. The paint is immediately runs down the side of the can into your hand. In the worst case, the nozzle assembly will get stuck with the valve open and your wife will not like the color of your face and hair.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice Paint, Terrible Can I used this product on a large project involving 100 charger plates (plastic plates with existing paint/enamel on them). I needed to repaint them silver. After searching high and low, this was the only paint I could find that had a good color with good adhesion to the surface. Overall I liked the paint itself. Everyone I showed preferred this paint's result over other tests I did. Personally I found the color a little too dark; silver is usually a whiter metal. The dried paint feels sturdy and fairly smooth. Better than some other stuff I tried. The cap on the can is fairly close in shade, but it doesn't depict the sparkles that the paint has. Yes, the paint is sparkly. It sounds bad, but it actually looks pretty good and helps to liven up the surface. This was on a large, flat surface. On surfaces with lots of edges and details the sparkles are not as obvious and the paint actually does look more like silver/titanium. So, the paint itself is nice, but as the other reviewers have pointed out the can is just terrible. It would very often sputter large droplets onto the surface, ruining the coat. Once it sputters, there's really no way to fix the job. Adding another coat on top only vaguely hides the big blotches formed by the sputtering droplets. The only solution would be to sand and re-paint. Given the frequency of this occurrence, expect to redo 25-50% of your work if you're a perfectionist. Because of my large project I had to work with 20+ cans, so I know the variance of this product very well. Some cans work a treat. Some sputter on the first 1/3, and then settle down. Some sputter on the last 1/3. One completely failed half-way through (wouldn't spray anymore, after working 5 minutes ago and still having paint in it). A few of them failed half way through, but worked again when held upside down. About 6 cans into the project I decided to always use the can upside down to eliminate that issue. It also seemed to reduce sputtering slightly, and helped to extract as much paint from the can as possible. I'm not sure if this practice is dangerous or not, as the instructions advise to use right side up. Use them upside down at your own risk! The grip is painful and difficult to use. It seems like they tried to design it to be easy to use, but that didn't work out. It's stiff, and you have to hold it very low on the grip to avoid the spray hitting your hands. I have small hands too, so god help you if you have big hands. Getting back to the sputtering, I tried everything to reduce it. I improved my technique, with very smooth sweeps, no jerking of the can, shaking heavily every minute, every tip and trick I could find. Nothing helped the sputtering. It was like working with two year kids; you're just gonna have to accept their tantrums. That said, after all my experience I did come up with an application methodology that resulted in the best coats. I do ~3 coats (sometimes 2 if the underlying surface hid well, sometimes 4 if there were a lot of imperfections or to cover sputtering). The first coat goes on light at a fairly brisk pace (~1.5 seconds to sweep 1 foot). I let this first layer act as a primer, to create a surface for the other coats to grip onto. Dry for 5 minutes. The second coat goes on thicker, attempting to hide the underlying surface as much as possible. I go a little slower, ~2 seconds per foot, but I also sweep the entire surface two times instead of once. Typical spray painting is one good sweep per coat, but I found that doing two quicker sweeps allowed a larger margin for error on each sweep and gave a better coat with this paint. The results of doing this were better than just doing more dry coats, so this paint definitely seems to benefit from this wet-coating technique. Just don't make the coat too thick or it will drip. If there are any areas with underlying imperfections that need better coverage, go a little slower or sweep again on those parts and then quickly sweep the rest of the surface again to help even everything out. Don't worry too much about the second coat. Dry for 5 minutes. Then the third coat. Now's the time to be perfect and put a lovely final coating on top. Sweep smoothly, ~1.5 seconds per foot, sweeping the entire surface twice. Dry for 5 minutes and then if you need to, carefully move the object to its more permanent drying place. The paint dried very nicely after 24 hours, but I left it for 3 days to be sure. My only final note is that this paint is super expensive. Not necessarily because each can is expensive, but because the coverage is very limited. The cans say 30 square feet I think, but it's more like 4 or 5 square feet with 3 coats. It runs out fast. Each can covered ~3-4 of the charger plates in my project (13" plates), so I used 25-30 cans of the stuff for everything.
Date published: 2015-10-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst can of spray paint i ever bought I bought my 19yo son a nice used car but the "wheel cover skins" needed to be painted. They are just plastic now days. I went to Home Depot with the intentions of getting the best spray paint possible and, of course, chose Rust-Oleum. This paint has a primer with the paint. It might be a durable paint but the can is the worst I have ever used. It drips all over your hands and, if you are not careful, all over the item you are painting. The nozzle might fit the hand of a child but not of an adult. I took back the first can because it stopped spraying after about 1/2 empty. Then the second can dripped and made a mess. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! The can is an insult to the Rust-Oleum reputation
Date published: 2015-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This finish is very bright & Sparkley in direct sunlight I used this paint to recolor storm-door handles & trim. I wanted to get a good-match to the "satin-nickel" on a Schlage entry-door leverset. I chose this finish after reading 3rd party reviews. The finish from this paint is quite dramatic. It is bright & sparkley in direct sunlight and does appear a few-shades "lighter" than the color indicated by the "cap". imo - although very likable, in natural lighting, the glittery final finish would not be mistaken for satin-nickel.
Date published: 2016-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome bottle! I used this to paint some faux leather white heels for a quick fix and it turned out fantastic! No drip, easy use, and leaves a nice finish. Would highly recommend to use a clear gloss after since the paint could chip but overall highly satisfied. It's handle is easy spray use and can be held by thin skinny hands, not sure about slightly larger. And with the primer included it knocks two birds with just one stone!
Date published: 2015-07-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wear latex or nitrile gloves to protect your hands from sprayer drip I've used this and several other colors in this Rustoleum line, both metallic and not, and learned with my first can that sometimes the sprayer/trigger drips (aka LEAKS) like crazy - I had 3 sticky, black fingers for a couple of days the first time. So I got out some trusty latex gloves and since then i use one on whatever hand I'm using to paint with...sometimes I switch hands and wear gloves on both. I just take the gloves off and set em on a whatever in the garage and keep re-using them, so it's cheap. And yes, as other reviewers have noted, particularly with the lighter color metallics, a little goes a tiny way, so I'll usually buy 2-3x as many cans as I would with normal spray paint, and it's worth it to me because the end result is gorgeous. I've used Titanium Silver for a bunch of photo frames and they come out beautifully. I tend to use a coat of primer with these metallics, just to save needing an extra coat or two. I ignore the occasional sputter and just go over that area again immediately so the paint smoothes out (the 'melt' is fair to good when done immediately), and drips tend to come out very interesting looking on, say, chair or table legs - it sort of melts in a larger area than a single drop line, and the variance of color with the metallics creates something of a swirl looking wide drip. I'm currently painting a small desk and by far the hardest area to work on is the flat surface desktop - I expect this will take at least 2-3 more coats than the rest of the desk to look uniform. I'm thinking of turning it in its side for the next coat - I may get better, consistent coverage (operator's physical limitations) and some interesting drip (paint traits).
Date published: 2015-10-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Disappointing For a Rust-Oleum Product Purchased this product based on its name and intended use. The sprayer is not very user friendly and very messy. Hard to achieve a solid pattern and consistent spray from the nozzle.
Date published: 2015-08-26
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