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Rust-Oleum Silver Mirror spray paint 150 ml

£4.50
£30 per L
Caution: not suitable for under 21
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Product Information

Ideal for multi surface, this Silver metallic effect mirror spray paint from Rust-Oleum has been specially designed to give a stunning finish to around your home. Simply apply and leave for 5 minutes to dry - a great way to revamp your home. Covers 10m² per litre on average.

    Features and Benefits

    • Transforms clear glass into a mirror
    • Ideal for glass vases, jars, framed glass, table tops, candle holders, lamps & more
    • Fast drying
    • Easy to apply

    Health and Safety

    Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

    Caution: not suitable for under 21
    UNDER
    21

    Technical Specifications

    BrandRust-Oleum
    ApplicationSpray
    LocationInterior
    Colour descriptionSilver
    Coverage10m² per litre
    Drying time5 minutes
    Recoat time5 minutes
    Touch dry time5 minutes
    WashableWashable
    Paint/Stain/Varnish baseSolvent-based
    VOC descriptionVery high
    Litre capacity (ml)150ml
    Paint typeSpirit
    Product code5013296959865

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    Great stuff in the right hands

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    Anonymous - 2 months ago

    I actually use loads of this stuff to create mirror effects on glass.
    its all in the prep work! if you ensure the glass is super "squeaky" clean you will get a good results!
    Obviously work in a clean environment free of dust, hair and the like and your good to go!
    Might sound obvious again but you be surprised how many people use this stuff wrong.. spray the reverse side of the glass you wish the mirror effect to appear on.
    The sprayed side WILL look dull but turn it over and tada! #justsaying :)

    Takes practise

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    REspoke Furniture Dorset - 1 year ago

    I wanted to produce an antiqued mirror on glass. I was careful to thoroughly clean the glass prior to to application.
    I sprayed in even strokes and applied several coats. I will needed a whole can for a 20"x15" glass.
    Having achieved the effect I wanted, I left it to dry and applied 2 coats of black splay paint for protection and to maximise the mirror effect.
    Great result.

    Rubbish

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    Dontbuythis120 - 1 year ago

    This product is a waste of time and money £4.50 and it dont work at all just leaves it dull with the occasional shiny bits here and there
    Just shame as was hoping it would look good

    Disappointing

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    Poppyburner - 2 years ago

    I'd wanted to try this or equivalent products for many months, but couldn't find any local (London) suppliers.
    The mirror effects looked excellent in the online user videos and the laymen demonstrators sounded delighted.
    I gather that the can contains a propellent for spraying the many thousands of extremely flat, highly reflective, aluminium flakes, immersed in volitile liquids, intended to quite quickly evaporate into the atmosphere after spraying; depositing a shallow pile of glitter, settled on ideally: very smooth, transparent, surfaces.
    Then, viewed from their other side, one should (by way of a perfectly formed, near microscopic mosaic) see a coherent mirror image of their face.

    Unfortunately, after several hours of experimentation in my garden, I found that the only way to achieve a brilliant mirror, was to spray upon: tiny, profoundly convexed, clear surfaces, which are TOTALLY insoluble in acetone and N-butyl acetate.
    They should also be immaculate.

    On either a plane surface or moderately curved, the effect is rather dull, consistently translucent and if sprayed into recepticles e.g. glass jars, disposable polypropylene cups, far from uniform.

    Ultimately, this product can produce a reflective coating that's greatly superior to a typical silver spray paint, but juxtaposed with a polished chrome or proper mirror, it
    looks pretty miserable.

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