How to Paint Over Rust with Rust-Oleum Hammered Spray Paint


Weather and time can do a number on metal
surfaces, making standout items look dingy and old. Now, with Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Hammered
Paints you can make something worn out and rusted look new again. It’s a fast and easy
way to make flaws and imperfections on scratched, rusted, or pitted metals disappear. And, it’s
a great way to modernize outdated items around your home. Just choose from a variety of hammered
colors. Gather your materials, and you’re ready to start. Forget about the priming or
sanding, it’s not required. If your object has dirt or debris, clean it first. Now you’re
ready to start painting. Shake the can vigorously for about one minute and spray the object
10-16″ away in a steady, back-and-forth motion. Apply 2 or more medium coats at a moderate
speed. Make sure all corners, edges, and heavily pitted areas where moisture can penetrate
are adequately covered. Look how these brass street numbers pop with just a few coats.
As you spray, you’ll notice the hammered effect start to appear. Door knobs and switch plates
can give any room a unique look. And you mailbox can look first class again in no time. Rust-Oleum
Stops Rust Hammered Spray Paint is the easy and simple solution to these types of projects
and more. Rust-Oleum Stops Rust–the brand that’s been trusted to stop rust in its tracks
for nearly 100 years.