Rust-Oleum 249308 Automotive 11-Ounce Vinyl and Fabric Spray Paint,Charcoal Gray-Spray Paint

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Description Of Product Color:Charcoal Gray

Product Description

Fabric & Vinyl Paint, Color Family: Grays, Color: Charcoal grey, Finish: flat, Internet Weight: 11 oz., Coverage: six to ten sq. foot., dry time: 6 Hr., Dry Time Tack Free: 1/4 hr., Application temperature: 50 to 90 F, Surface: FABRIC and vinyl, EXPOSURE CONDITIONS: Interior

From the Manufacturer

Rust-Oleum Fabric and Vinyl is really a flexible coating that restores color on vinyl, simulated leather and some materials.

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Product InformationColor: Charcoal Gray Technical Details
Part Number249308
Item Weight14.4 ounces
Product Dimensions8 x 2.6 x 2.6 inches
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Item model number249308
Size11-Ounce
ColorCharcoal Gray
Materialfabric
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionSatisfaction Guaranteed
Additional Information
ASINB003CT4AUM
Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 starsSee all reviews 130 reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars
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#633 home based Improvement > Painting Supplies & Wall Treatments > Paint, Stain & Solvents > Spray Paint
Shipping Weight15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and guidelines)
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Date First AvailableApril 1, 2010
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92 of 105 people found the following review helpful I do not recommend and Here's why:
By Michael Bremer on May 22, 2012 Color: Flat Black I'm a mobile automotive detailer. I've got a fair quantity of knowledge about automotive dyes and the product caught attention. Really, Duplicolor vinyl and fabric spray caught attention but I've always loved Rustoleum brand a little more than Duplicolor. I needed to test the product in my detailing company for potential place strategy to annoying spots that simply will not emerge and potentially even a color change for my fabric seats that are currently tan (I long for them to become black).
Prior to all irrational with this particular product I made the decision to check it first on some fabric floor mats, to assist determine if it's worth using for example this on my small seats. I had been really lucky enough to get have two teams of floor mats from the old vehicles within my garage. The very first set would be a "tan" set and the 2nd set would be a "black" set, (we'll let it rest at guestimated colors to help keep things simple).
so, I got myself two cans of the vinyl and fabric fresh paint. The very first color was known as Sand, it had been inside a satin. The 2nd color was black, that was a set finish. Simply to really put these items towards the test I made the decision I would try and make my already black mats tan, and my already tan mats black.
I adopted all the instructions around the can. That have been pretty fundamental. completely clean the top and let it dry, First. For coating, they advise to spray 1-3 light jackets inside a couple of moments of one another in a temperature between 50 and 90 levels with humidity under 85%, Not so difficult.
This is actually the introduction to my results:
For vinyl (There is vinyl material round the fabric of my mats) Both colors covered the vinyl very well and I had been surprisingly pleased with the end result around the VINYL. Read more › 3 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 22 of 22 people found the following review helpful Rustoleum V&F VS Duplicolor V&F
By Marcus W on This summer 8, 2012 Color: Flat Black RUSTOLEUM GLOSS
Pros: Holds the can at any position Sprays from can pretty thick, helping to keep from applying a bunch of coats
therefore helping you save time and is effective.
Cons: Otherwise holding the can back far enough, its simpler to in excess of spray because of thickness.
recommend: To not experience carpet because of thickness, but experience vinyl..ETC..SEATS, Trim, and DASH. Might be able to experience carpets but would need to contain the can back a great ways.
DUPLICOLOR
Pros: comes with an adjustable nozzle that enables spray pattern to alter from vertical to horizontal Nice fine spray mist, what sort of provides you with the environment brushing feel harder to overspray with nozzle on can, and is effective.
Cons: Cannot hold "can" at any position to spray paint takes longer to coat part being colored.
Recommend : Use when painting smaller sized pieces for time reasons because of the nozzle, but may use for the pieces in vehicle. Experience carpet rather of Rustoleum, its simpler not to drop paint globs that will cause that lifeless carpet feel beneath your ft.
BOTH : are very good products, i made use of Rustoleum for that trim pieces within my truck along with the seats, and i used Duplicolor for the carpet , trim edit, and around the seats too.
I love Rustoleum and Duplicolor for that seats, and Trim, but only Dupliclor for that carpet. Duplicolor has a better spray , making for this simpler not to over spray/ get some things wrong. Rustoleum lays it on thick saves time. Overall, I love both, but for various reasons and how i wish to spray what it's im likely to spray at that time. 1 Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 15 of 16 people found the following review helpful Couldn't believe the results
By rene leduc on August 28, 2013 Color: Gloss White
I'd a ship I purchased with seats I figured would need to be remade no rips but discolored if somebody explained relating to this vinyl paint and so i attempted it couldn't believe the outcomes looked new and you would never know it was painted I plan on buying more for other projects have going on1 Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 18 of 21 people found the following review helpful Works Beautifully
By budjdjdj on October 2, 2013 Color: Flat Black
I had been restoring my old '78 Mustang, beginning with a lot of mismatched interior panels and door-skins obtained from a number of different cars. Some were tan, some were blue, and a couple of were red. I selected the black vinyl dye presuming it might most easily cover the various colors. I made use of it on fabric, soft vinyl, and harder vinyl (the dash). I cleaned the panels as suggested and then began with 3 light jackets. The very first barely appears like it's covering and is semi-transparent, but the adhesion promoter reaches work. It exhibited very rapidly and I gently coated a couple of more occasions. My last coat was heavier to obtain a nice even look. I coated the whole interior and did not possess a single nick, scratch, or run. The dye demonstrated all the vinyl grain through, but no underlying color. My interior switched out beautiful. The finish-outcome is tough and nick-resistant. At some point I ran from the Rustoleum and switched to the Duplicolor they'd inside my local auto parts store. Duplicolor covered in less jackets, but the finish result was much less durable and simple to scratch. To get this done correctly and with the proper quantity of jackets, you'll most likely want in regards to a can per large panel. I experienced two cans around the dash for instance, about 8 cans total for the entire interior (without the carpet that we made a decision to replace rather).Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful this is my favorite new product
By B.Davis on December 12, 2014 Color: Charcoal Gray
Okay, this really is my personal favorite cool product. It's absolutely amazing stuff. I'd two barstools in orange and Eco-friendly. I covered them within the charcoal gray and they went from kitsch to elegant. Doesn't Seem Like SPRAY PAINT. It's as though I retrieved them in grey vinyl. I'm not sure the way they get this to stuff. Used to do 3 jackets, and allow them to dry among. Browse the instructions on spray technique. Recommend this!Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again See all 130
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