The original Rustoleum enamels do not need primer, and this is what gives our new enameled rustic and antique rustic metal finishes their timeless and timeless finish looks. We will never cover with paint, but if you have a metallic accent metal such as nickel, gold, silver or platinum, the silver oxide will cover it with a finish that you can enjoy for a lifetime. We will cover all of our enameled, rustic, antique and vintage metals with primer, and that means you really enjoy the amazing finish look! We always recommend you apply your rustic enamels immediately in any weather that it may get a little warmer, but please remember this is a rustic look, you won’t get this look anywhere else! We also recommend getting a light coat of your first coat of Rustoleum enamel from the store to set, and apply your second coat from the store.
Is Rustoleum enamel color changing or tinting?
Not at all, or at very slow speeds. We do it by hand and if you are having problems applying your enamel with a fine brush, or you are wondering if it will start to tint or change color too fast, try wearing a glove or walking around in the sunshine! In the rain, our enamel doesn’t change the color or tint any more than the glass we put the finish on!
If your finish is wearing and going on at the same time, don’t worry. Just finish your item or wear a glove over it!
If you have multiple colors of enamel, don’t worry too much. As long as you have your own selection, it doesn’t matter. If you like all white, or all black, or all blue, then we will work to match that color. If you like any combination at all, or you like some, just make sure you select the color from your own selection. If you have any questions about the way the enamel is applied with a brush, feel free to email us your questions!
How long will my rustic metal finish last?
We never have to replace our finish with paint. At Rustoleum, all of our finish is applied by hand and if you really love, or just like an amazing finish on your item, we can cover that to your satisfaction. Please allow 5 to 7 days between colors for your finish to dry. We also suggest you try the outdoors at least once to see if it lasts as well if
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