Rust-Oleum Painters Touch Baby Pink Gloss Paint 20ml Toy Safe.
This Baby Pink Gloss Paint from Rust-Oleum is perfect for painting your children’s toys or furniture. With a classic, smooth touch, Gloss finish, it brings a new lease of life to tired, worn-out objects.
A multi-purpose, water-based paint for a wide range of small projects and crafts. Certified Toy-Safe, this paint can also be used to decorate other items around your home. Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch Brush Paint is “Toy Safe”, subject to Toy Standard Testing: BS EN 71-3: 2013 + A1:2014, Migration of Certain Elements.
Furthermore, this Gloss furniture spray paint has been specially designed to give a stunning finish to 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.
Typical applications may include children’s toys, picture frames, vases, bric-a-brac and garden accessories. Also – You can apply this to a multitude of other surfaces such as Metal, Wood, Plastic and even Glass with the correct preparation.
Finally, check out more points below for Rust-Oleum Painters Touch Baby Pink Gloss Paint 20ml Toy Safe –
- Location of application – Interior & Exterior
- For use on – Furniture, Metal, Wood, Plastic, Ceramic, Glass and more
- Surface finish – Gloss
- Coverage – 2m² per litre
- Drying time – 16 hours
- Recoat time – 4 hours
- Touch dry time – 1 hour
- VOC description – Very high
- Litre capacity – 20ml
- Create a distressed look by applying two coats in contrasting colours then sanding/ scouring when dry
- Highly concentrated
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