Rust-Oleum Stone Aged Iron Spray paint 400 ml

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£22.50 per L

Rust-Oleum Stone Aged Iron Spray paint 400 ml

Product code:
5013296950541
Rust-Oleum Stone Aged Iron Spray paint 400 ml Rust-Oleum Stone Aged Iron Spray paint 400 ml Rust-Oleum Stone Aged Iron Spray paint 400 ml

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£9.00

£22.50 per L

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Ideal for multi surface, this Aged Iron spray paint from the Stone range by Rust-Oleum has been specially designed to give a stunning finish to around your home. Simply apply and leave for 24 hours to dry - a great way to revamp your home. Covers 1.2m² per litre on average.

  • Surface preparation: Ensure surfaces to be painted are free from loose paint, rust, wax, oil & grease.Previously painted surfaces should be abraded to provide a key. Bare wood & metal should be primed with Rust-Oleum Surface Primer. Bare plastic should be primed with Rust-Oleum Plastic Primer. Cover surrounding areas to protect from spray mist

Features and Benefits

  • Rust-Oleum Textured provides a rich, multi-coloured textured finish. They eye-catching decorative effect is created by simultaneously dispensing multiple colours from a single can
  • Can be used on other surfaces over a suitable Rust-Oleum primer
  • Excellent coverage, hiding & colour retention

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Rust-Oleum Stone Aged Iron Spray paint 400 ml
Brand Rust-Oleum
Range Stone
Application Spray
Location Interior & exterior
Colour description Aged Iron
Coverage 1.2m² per litre
Drying time 24 hours
Recoat time 30 minutes
Touch dry time 20 minutes
Washable Washable
Paint/Stain/Varnish base Solvent-based
Litre capacity (ml) 400ml
Paint type Paint

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For a simple way to update a room, you can’t beat a lick of paint. Whether you’re putting your stamp on your new home, or are renovating a room that needs some TLC, interior paint can transform any space in the house in a few hours.

There are lots of paints available for different surfaces and it can be a bit daunting if you aren’t sure what all the different types, finishes and features mean. We are going to talk you through the ins and outs of interior paint so that you can buy the right paint with confidence.

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Which room in the house are you painting?

What goes on in the room you are planning to paint? Maybe you are painting a kitchen or bathroom that would benefit from a moisture-resistant paint. Some rooms might need an extra hard-wearing paint which can be wiped down and cleaned such as hallways, landings or kid’s bedrooms. Finding the right paint isn’t just about which colour you pick. We have different types of paint designed for use in different rooms. By choosing the paint that is specially designed for the type of room you are painting, you will get the best end result.

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What type of surface are you painting?

There are different types of paint for different surface materials. As well as a comprehensive selection of emulsion paints for walls and ceilings, we have a wide range of specialist paint including ones that are designed for wood furniture, brick walls, and tiles. Choosing the right paint for the right material will ensure a longer-lasting result and the best coverage.

What kind of look are you going for?

Maybe your home has quite a traditional look and would suit a subtle, matt effect paint. Or perhaps you have a more contemporary style that would look great with a satin or metallic finish paint. When selecting paint, think about what you want the final look to be, so that you can choose the correct finish as well as the right colour.

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How much time do you have to complete your decorating project?

If you need to get your painting job done quickly, we have a wide range of quick-drying options that will help you get a whole room decorated in a few hours. We have quick dry wall paint, primers, and wood and metal paint to help you make the most of your time whatever you are painting.

What state is the surface in?

Some of our interior paints can be applied directly to the surface. Others may require a bit of preparation before you can begin painting. Perhaps you are painting a freshly plastered surface or previously untreated wood, or maybe you need to fill in some holes or sand down an uneven surface. We have paints and primers for all sorts of surfaces that will help you achieve a nice, even finish.

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Reviews 4.0  out of 5 stars

Rust-Oleum Stone Aged Iron Spray Paint 400 ml is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Making a miniature Bought this to make a miniature church for our harvest festival and gave the right texture.
Date published: 2017-10-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Would be great if it came out the tin. :( Having now tried several cans with mixed results - I thought it only right to leave a review. I'd suggest that the instructions need looking into as they are wrong or lacking. When working the nozzle creates a very thin jet - which when sprayed at the recommended 30cm - I found to be way to close as the product runs badly however quickly you move the tin. Spraying at 60-80cm produced a much better spray but the coverage is then far less described and then becomes very expensive - ( for instance - I've just sprayed a mannequin headless torso and it needs approx 3 tins to do a satisfactory job = £27 ) The other thing they get wrong - is it says to shake tin for 1 minute, You'll find sometimes by doing that the paint then does NOT come out at all. I have just wasted a trip to B&Q due to having a tin where the paint does not come out - as they were shut, I had to go back this morning - the service lady then pressed the nozzle only to find it spraying as it should.... obviously with little to no pressure in the tin from not shaking the recommended time. I then came back home with the same tin as she would not replace it and - Yes - you've guessed it - shook tin for the 1 minute and nothing. So - do I now waste yet more time and money on fuel or just give up as a bad job? The final finish can be nice - but do expect your project to cost way more than you count on.
Date published: 2017-06-17
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