So many ways to use Rust-Oleum spray paint
One of the joys of collaborating with Rust-Oleum is that we get to try out the products before we recommend them to our readers.
Restore, revamp, makeover or update - it's easy with Rust-Oleum spray paint. You can use this amazing product on almost any surface and it's easy to use. You can use Rust-Oleum spray paint on almost any surface; concrete, plastic, ceramic, wicker and more. Some projects may required a light sanding and a cost of Rust-Oleum primer, but otherwise your piece should just be clean and dry.
An investment you can't go wrong with is an orbital or random orbit sander. I must admit to a preference for the Bosch PSS 200 AC. With this sander you can use regular sheets of sandpaper and cut this into three strips - saving you a fortune on sanding pads and also allowing you to sand with a wider range of grits.
Sand away paint or varnish that is damaged or peeling with 60 / 80-grit sandpaper and then sand with 120-grit before finishing with 240-grit sandpaper. Wipe clean and then take you piece outdoors or in a well-ventilated space to spray.
GOOD TO KNOW:
If you need to disguise imperfections, or perhaps want to distress or apply a finishing technique, use flat or satin spray paint.
Rust-Oleum spray paint is unlike any other spray paint available locally. Because of the ratio of paint to solvent, Rust-Oleum spray paint offers far more coverage with less coats. Priced between R80 - R120 depending on the finish, you use less cans of paint to finish your spray painting project.
Revamp wicker furniture with Rust-Oleum spray paint. You will find advice here for cleaning and painting wicker furniture.
We have used the Rust-Oleum range of spray paints and related paint products for a wide range of projects; from spray painting on glass to paint techniques.
When shaken well and used according to the instructions you shouldn't experience any problems, but if you do simply return the can to the point of purchase.