We had an outdoor set of furniture that we wanted to spray paint and we came across this Seymour of Sycamore spray paint in the flat black color that we were looking for. They had it marked down a lot, so we decided to buy a few cans because we were not really looking to spend a lot on this project. It is easy enough to use, you just shake it up and spray it about 10 inches away from what you want painted. It goes on quick and it looked really good at first. I noticed that it was a little bit runny but it was nothing too serious so I ignored it. It dried and we applied more coats and after three coats we felt that it would probably be good. After it dried I noticed that it had a lot of spotty coverage areas. I put this off as me missing areas and I painted it again, but after 6 coats this was still a problem. It was not a huge issue but it did make it different shades of the black over the furniture. After 6 months this paint was peeling off and was not lasting, it was definitely not very high quality and did not stay for very long.