bike review Rust Oleum 1974502 Painters Touch Semi Gloss
Goes on silky, dries quickly with a great "skin" -- I SHOULD have used primer on the (poplar) wood but the Rustoleum was forgiving enough and gave me a tough weatherproof finish. Next -- I will paint my old exercise cycle - I already did a test strip of it and the Rustoleum looks great -- I will not sand this cycle because it is so old that the old paint may be lead-based, so I will just put a couple of coats of Hunter Green on it -- 2 days apart (I am doing this on my balcony, in the sun) and let it be -- it's not like I am going for any awards -- I just want to use the cycle without staring at the rust spots.
Next project will be some old weathered wooden lattice-- I already did a test strip on that and it is soaking up the paint. I know it WILL look good after 2 coats.
I've been using Rustoleum paints for over 35 years - when it still contained (25%) Menhaden fish oil in the base-- and (LOL) once when I had used the base coat inside my car's fender wells and had all the doors and windows open to air and dry it out, a neighbor's cat waltzed into my car and snif sniff sniffed -- trying to find out where the fishies were.
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