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1-gal. Gloss Chain Link Fence Rust Preventive Paint

  • Renew an old rusty fence with a fresh coat of metallic paint
  • Durable paint sticks to galvanized metal and prevents rust
  • Easy to use fence paint offers superior coverage and protection
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The Rust-Oleum Stops Rust 128 oz. Gloss Chain Link Fence Rust Preventive Paint is designed to adhere to-gal.vanized metal and is an ideal choice for your project. This paint dries to the touch in approximately 120 minutes and the formula helps protect against rust. This paint can be used with a long-nap lamb's wool roller (not included) for easy application.
  • Use with a long-nap lamb's wool roller (not included) for easy application
  • Formula helps protect against rust
  • Chip resistant for a long lasting finish
  • 128 oz. can provides regular coverage for up to 400 sq. ft.
  • Dries to the touch in approximately 120 minutes
  • Metallic silver
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA
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Q:Does this come in any smaller sizes for small jobs?
by|Sep 17, 2022
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A:  Thanks for reaching out, Larry. We hate to disappoint, however Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Chain Link Fence Paint is only available in a 1-gallon size. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

by|Sep 19, 2022
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    Q:How nuch existing rust has to be removed, Does it have to be primed? Can it be applied with a sponge glove?
    by|Jun 24, 2022
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    A:  My contractor will determine how much rust needs to be removed.

    by|Jun 25, 2022

      A:  Happy to help, Mike. The rust should be thoroughly sanded or wire brushed and cleaned with soap and water before applying the Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Chain Link Fence Paint. The surface doesn't need to be primed before applying this product. Any fence posts and horizontal supports will need to be painted using a natural bristle brush and the chain links will need an extra long nap (1-1½ inch) lamb’s wool roller, which will reach around each individual wire. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 5

      by|Sep 7, 2022
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        Q:does this pruduct have a rust inhibitor
        by|Jan 30, 2022
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        A:  Great question! Yes, Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Chain Link Fence Paint does contain rust inhibitors. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

        by|Jan 31, 2022
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          Q:Can this work on fences that have a vinyl coating?
          by|Sep 9, 2021
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          A:  We appreciate your interest, Elizabeth! Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Chain Link Fence Paint is intended for use on metal surfaces. If wanting to use on vinyl, the surface will need to be primed first. We recommend Rust-Oleum Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Water-Based Primer! https://www.homedepot.com/p/Zinsser-Bulls-Eye-1-2-3-1-Gal-White-Water-Based-Interior-Exterior-Primer-and-Sealer-2001/100398391 - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

          by|Sep 10, 2021
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            The results were so startling (in a good way) that neighbors have been stopping by to comment on ...
            The results were so startling (in a good way) that neighbors have been stopping by to comment on my new fence. I will upload two before and two after photos. On initial application, the results are much shinier than a new fence, but I am so happy with the results it is amazing. I anticipate that this will extend the life of the fence. Couple of things to note. I did not ask them to shake it the pain; I should have. It easily too me me 10 to 20 minutes to mix each can using a paint stick. I had to be very careful while stirring the paint because the solids on the bottom were so thick and solid. Even if you have an attachment for a hand drill, use the stick first to break things up. The can recommends that you use a 1.5" wool nap roller. The largest sold by Home Depot is 1.25". I purchased the 1.5" wool nap roller. Although I did not try the smaller roller, the 1.25" will probably work but based on my usage with the 1.5", I recommend that you follow the instructions on the can. If you do go for the smaller nap, stay with wool. Use the roller first, then get the things that you missed with a brush. I started with a brush, and for the gates with the fancy stuff, perhaps that was best, but, I could have saved a large amount of time if I had used the roller first then followed up with the brush. I was not able to get the bottom part of the bar with the roller, for example. Decide how close to the ground you want to go and then be sure to clear the grass and plants out of the way. I used a pressure washer and that removed from things growing on the fence (moss maybe). You will need to roll both sides of the fence. Be careful around things such as hinges. You do not want paint in your hinges or movable things. That is bad.
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            Paint is very thin but covers very nicely. We used a paint mitt rather than a roller to avoid th...
            Paint is very thin but covers very nicely. We used a paint mitt rather than a roller to avoid the splashing a roller does. We got compliments on the way it turned out.
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            One Coat
            My fence is probably 30 years old and had significant surface rust. I prepped with mineral spirits, primed with Rustoleum rusty metal primer, and then applied this paint with a 3/4" roller and 2" brushes. It took about 1.75 gallons of paint (and nearly the same amount of primer) to cover 150 linear feet of chain link fencing. This painted covered excellent in one coat, but that was probably because I prepped and primed before hand. I had a helper and it still took 8 hours to do the painting alone.
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            You don’t need much on your brush or roller goes...
            You don’t need much on your brush or roller goes on nicely and covers very well.I only needed one coat.Neighbors have said how great it looks one has said he needs to do his and what was I using.
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            they need to stock new cans and not sell old dry cans
            I got a old can and when i try to stir the paint it is just silver muck on the bottom
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            Response from Rust-OleumSupportApr 13, 2022
            That is not what we like to hear, Pete! Since our Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Chain Link Fence Paint contains aluminum leafing pigment, it can settle out of solution to the bottom of the can. This pigment needs to be mixed well prior to each use to ensure proper coverage and performance. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2 Rustoleum
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            I definitely recommend to follow the instructions and use a...
            I definitely recommend to follow the instructions and use a long nap roller and a paint brush where the roller won't reach. After a month, the paint seems to be holding up well, however only time will tell for the long term.
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              My husband used it and love it. Said it spread...
              My husband used it and love it. Said it spread on fence real good. My neighbor said it looked new.
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