I have a question about Krylon and rustoleum. I was looking at the labels of a couple of the rags I bought, one said it was made in Australia but I was not surprised because there were very few rags from Australia made by these companies.
I can give you a general definition of what the various products are though.
Mildew is a natural reaction of the fibers of the fabric. Sometimes it is not an immediate effect.
Gum disease is a naturally produced build up of bacteria, called yeasts, that can cause a number of undesirable effects in the fabric (like holes in the interior surfaces). Some of these types of diseases are known as mildew diseases. Gum disease can also affect the fabric by giving the fibers a hard feeling. Gum disease in itself is not an immediate consequence.
I also found some on the packaging of the products – not on the actual label but they were on the package so if you could look at the fabric, these would all be possible effects that could come out.
How does rustoleum compare at home and the store?
I did a number of “taste tests” with some rags which I bought at a fabric store and the rags I bought at home. I have been working at home. It can be difficult to tell the difference.
Is it better to use Krylon or rustoleum?
I just gave another quick test to check the difference and I’m not sure I believe it – I’m not really sure I’m the only person who doesn’t see the benefits.
If it was just one or two or all of them then yes, you are better off using each product when it come from the same manufacturer. But I believe you can use any, so you could have different things make a better outcome – for example, the rags made using “rustoleum” might look nicer or have a better fit and smell or even be more durable.
Also, you can get a few brands and see what happens. For example, the rags I bought at home and which were supposed to be the same brand and made by the same company might look different, but they will fit the same style. There is some difference with each brand.
Can rags which are not made using high quality rags be as bad as the rags where high quality rags are used?
I’m aware of a few people who bought and used a