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Rust-Oleum Aged Copper Metallic Universal Spray Paint 400ml

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Overview

This Rust-Oleum Aged Copper Metallic Universal Spray Paint 400ml will renovate and transform your furniture. With a classic, smooth touch, Metallic finish, it brings a new lease of life to tired, worn-out objects.

Furthermore, this Metallic Paint has been specially designed to give a stunning finish to indoor and outdoor furniture around your home. Simply apply and leave for 16 hours to dry – a great way to revamp your home, all the while keeping costs down. Covers 2m² per litre on average.

In addition – Surface preparation: For best results, ensure surface is clean, dry & free from loose paint, mould & mildew, wax or oil. If wax has been used, clean the surface thoroughly with white spirit. We recommend that bare wood should be sanded before painting. Hard glossy surfaces should be abraded before painting. Cover surrounding areas to protect from spray mist.

Also – You can apply this to a multitude of other surfaces such as Metal, Wood, Plastic and even Glass with the correct preparation.

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Highlights

✓ Location of application – Interior & Exterior
✓ For use on – Furniture, Metal, Wood, Plastic, Glass and more
✓ Surface finish – Metallic
✓ Coverage – 2m² per litre
✓ Drying time – 16 hours
✓ Recoat time – 4 hours
✓ Touch dry time – 1 hour
✓ Paint/Stain/Varnish base – Solvent-based
✓ VOC description – Very high
✓ Litre capacity – 400ml
✓ Highly concentrated

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2 reviews for Rust-Oleum Aged Copper Metallic Universal Spray Paint 400ml

  1. davidshiels17

    Paint quality is very good, finish is also nice and glossy, I would have given 5 stars however the new design of top allows paint to build up above the nozzle then splatter on what you are painting, this can be solved by cutting away the soft plasic just above the nozzle, I used a pair of anvil secateurs and that did the job in a few seconds, hope this helps if you are using this product.

  2. Hazel Smith

    The final product once sprayed was good but not that metallic. The colour is nothing like the colour on the lid, I would say it was more of a gold than a copper but still a nice colour. Had some issued when spraying with the spray gathering on the nozzle and causing large drips on my panels which was not great as you can’t really wipe it away and it left darker spots on it. 1 tin sprayed a panel of 1200mm x 600mm but didn’t cover fully so will need some more to coat properly. Happy with the outcome but a normal spray top might work better.

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