I think rustoleum should be a part of both products.
In the end I have decided that Krylon paint looks good on a piece of wood but I don’t think that it’s going to work to replace the natural grain of wood. I don’t think it’s going to work to cover up a wood stain. But I do think that it looks a little better than Krylon did after 2 years. And I think that it could work on any wood with a fine grain. So I like this.
Krylon paint was very inexpensive (about $10 per can or 1 oz) vs. 1 oz on the natural grain, about 18$/50/100$. That $18/50/100$ makes this a little less of a bargain than other similar products.
The only other company that I have found with a spray paint can which is close to Krylon in price is Rockler. They have a 1 oz spray paint can right in the store for $18.95. But you have to use the sprayer and the can isn’t exactly small so it’s not a practical use for me. Also I would have had to purchase 3 pounds of their paint instead of just 2. If I want more paint I’m going to have to go buy a little more than that.
I do want to buy some primer to cover up that old rust stain, so this one looks great. It would be nice if it came in more colors, but I have it mixed up with a green and a brown. And that’s okay.
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