Rust-Oleum Semi-Gloss Enamel Spray Reviews
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Comments about Rust-Oleum Semi-Gloss Enamel Spray:
Rust-Oleum, you are one of my favorite products. You never disappoint me as long as I follow the directions on your label. Superior coverage with durability are two of your finest hallmarks. Yes, you're expensive, but I love you!
Does it sound strange to you that a Mrs. Fixit sings songs of love to a can of paint? Try Rust-Oleum Semi-Gloss Protective Enamel; you'll understand immediately. It also comes as a gloss, but the semi-gloss gives the treated surface a non-glare finish. I find matte finishes more attractive.
Touch-ups are possible on appliances with Rust-Oleum, and quick fixes on metal storage boxes or metal siding are a spray away. A can or two of Rust-Oleum in different colors can turn an odd piece of metal into a sign in a few minutes.
Be aware ventilation is required to use Rust-Oleum, which contains tolulene, acetone, and xylene. Proper surface preparation is necessary for best results. Powdery rust is more successfully treated, while scaly rust may not be stopped In worst cases. An application of Stops Rust Primer may be necessary after cleaning the surface to be treated.
Treat Rust-Oleum with respect, and it will serve you well, extending the life of metal items used outside and making them more attractive. If you belong to the Fix-it Clan, you'll learn to love Rust-Oleum, too!