Rust-Oleum 249844 Painter's Touch Multi Purpose Spray Paint, 12-Ounce, Satin Canyon Black
- The product is PT2X12OZ Sat Black Paint
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- The product is manufactured in United States
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Amazon.ca will not let me say what I think about their price though.. (they censor my review)..
I can get this product for under $4.00 in the US ....
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I had excellent results sanding down to bare metal on my Cub Cadet and covering completely with this product in one application - no runs.
My guess is that the problem doesn't lie with the product. Probably a 99.5% possibility it's user error. Make sure you do the following or your job won't turn out right:
1. There's a little steel ball inside the can. The more you shake your can, the more the little ball works to mix the contents inside. In order to get the proper consistency you need to shake that can. I shook the can for 3 to 5 minutes - maybe overkill but the paint had the right consistency and the product covered nicely in one coat - no runs. If you don't shake that can enough the product will run after being applied.
2. Not sure the negative reviewers are applying the paint correctly. Don't simply shoot at a spot like you're delivering grease to a fitting. Use broad sweeping motions to apply the paint. You get nice smooth coverage with no runs in just one coat.
If you've done the above and the paint still doesn't apply evenly and/or it runs, maybe the air temperature is too cold or the item being painted is wet or too hot. I'm just glad I didn't listen to the negative reviews - as the final product was a professional smooth look with absolutely no runs.