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The right rust-oleum?

Post by Ivarb on April 16th 2009, 12:57 pm

Hey, I live in Iceland and Im trying to find the right paint for my car, here in Iceland the cover on the rust-oleum bottles are not the same as yours so I went to the store and took a picture of the bottle, also there are many types of rust-oleum paints in my store. What type should I buy?

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Post by Ivarb on April 16th 2009, 3:38 pm

I found a link http://www.rustoleumdirect.com/ so im wondering if its ok to use that paint, on the back of the bottle there says that it takes 2 hours to dry and only thin 90% paint against 10% thinner.

I cant find the bottles as yours here in Iceland, so what do you say?
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Post by markw on April 16th 2009, 5:43 pm

Welcome! I found a link to the product data sheet. http://www.tooled-up.com/artwork/ProdPDF/RUS2%20DATA.pdf From what I can see it looks to be the same as the rustoleum sold in the USA.
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Post by Kokain on July 28th 2010, 9:31 pm

Hey I've seen this combicolor in my area and out of interest is it oil based enamel?
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Post by retired plumber on July 28th 2010, 11:43 pm

If it says its oil based and clean up is with thinner (not water) I would think you would be ok. The thinning directions are for brushing on things like tools and stuff. When you do a car it is different and most here use the 50/50 mix or close to it.
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Post by Kokain on July 29th 2010, 9:20 am

Ok, thanks this very helpful.
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