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Rust-Oleum Gold effect Furniture paint, 125ml
This Gold metallic furniture paint has been specially designed to give a durable and long-lasting metallic finish on a range of surfaces. Simply apply with a brush or roller and leave for 1 hour to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers 14m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for Furniture
Features and benefits
- Renovates and transforms furniture
- A bright, opulent metallic finish
- Can be used directly onto most surfaces, without sanding or priming
- Can be used as a basecoat or decorative topcoat
- Use as a basecoat under Rust-Oleum Chalky Finish Furniture Paint and lightly distress to reveal the metallic paint beneath
Health and safety
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|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Drying time||1 h|
|Recoat time||4 hours|
|Minimum touch dry time||1h|
Dobbythehouseelf - 1 month ago
I have tried several other brands. None as good as this
Lovely golden sheen
Jan333 - 2 months ago
Bought for upcycling project. Gives a lovely gold sheen and great coverage even over darker colours.
awful colour poor coverage
catlady101 - 2 months ago
I had been using hte Rustoleum elegant finish gold paint ( sold by B&Q as Rust-Oleum Gold effect Multi-surface Special effect paint, 250ml)
As I was covering a larger area I wanted a bigger pot, saw this Rust oleum gold effect furniture paint at 750ml and snapped it up - what a mistake!
They are completely different colours, consistencies and compeltely different coverage!
The Elegant finish gold is a lovely elegant gold, shimmer and metallic - great. it covers right away - only 1 coat needed, and dries with a tough coating ideal for furniture.
This awful "gold effect paint" is not a nice gold, it is a brown - orange cheap and tacky type of gold, it is thin and required 3 coats just to even vaguely cover the undercoat,a nd the slightest knock and it peeled off ( bear in mind the furniture is lal the same, prepped,sanded and primed the same way.)
I will never buy this tat again.
Great gold colour
Nic1011 - 5 months ago
This paint is quite watery and thin when first applied, after 3 coats the gold really came through.
Love love love
Polly painter - 1 year ago
Dries quick and even. Not to yellow or harsh. Looks lovely on the wood work and has an appealing metallic sheen.