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Spray Paint

Our professional spray paint guarantees excellent coverage, hiding and colour retention. They’re all fast drying and heat resistant. They’re available in multiple sizes and colours and can be used on surfaces such as wood, metal, plaster, masonry, ceramic or wicker. However, see the individual product for their specific uses.
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  1. Coo-Var Line Marking Aerosol

    Coo-Var Line Marking Aerosol

    From:£14.49(inc VAT)
    multiple sizes
  2. Rust-Oleum Painters Touch Multi-Purpose Aerosols

    Rust-Oleum Painters Touch Multi-Purpose Aerosols

    From:£6.95(inc VAT)
    1 colour multiple sizes
  3. Rust-Oleum Radiator Enamel Aerosols

    Rust-Oleum Radiator Enamel Aerosols

    From:£8.49(inc VAT)
    multiple sizes
  4. Rust-Oleum Metallic Aerosols

    Rust-Oleum Metallic Aerosols

    From:£8.49(inc VAT)
    multiple sizes
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Frequently asked questions about spray paint

  1. How to remove spray paint?

    Spray paint jobs can be messy. If you happen to get spray paint on your skin or surroundings whilst completing a job, see the below for the necessary tools required to remove spray paint from skin, clothing and upholstery.

    How to remove spray paint from the skin:

    • Liberally apply an oily liquid such as baby oil or any cooking oil to the paint on your skin
    • Vigorously massage the oil into the paint. This should cause the paint to thin almost immediately and create an oily mess of paint.
    • Gently scrub the area with a washcloth to remove any remnants of spray paint

    How to remove spray paint from clothing and upholstery

    • Try to remove spray paint from fabric or clothing whilst it is still wet as a priority. This will make it much easier to remove.
    • Submerge the clothing under a running cold water tap to flush out excess paint. For carpet and upholstery, use a clean damp cloth or towel with cold water to blot the stained area.
    • Use an alcohol-based liquid to break down the paint, such as rubbing alcohol, hairspray or nail polish remover. Test a small area first then apply to the affected area liberally.
    • After saturating the affected area with an alcohol-based liquid, vigorously rub the stain with a dry cloth - one that you do not mind getting stained. You should see spray paint transfer from the fabric to the dry cloth.
    • For clothing, apply a pre-wash stain remover and wash the garment on a cold wash.
    • If the spray paint remains, repeat steps 3-5. If it remains after repeating the process, the stain might require professional dry cleaning.
  2. How long does spray paint take to dry?

    All of our spray paint product pages have individual data sheets that outline the drying time for each spray paint. On average, spray paint will be touch dry in 20 minutes and hard dry in 24 hours.

  3. How to spray paint furniture

    • Unscrew and remove all metal hardware to make it easier to paint, if you choose
    • Clean and degrease the piece of furniture. Rinse clean and allow to dry
    • Sand the furniture to remove the top layers of old paint and create an adhesive surface
    • Shake the spray paint can vigorously before applying
    • If you have never used spray paint before, practice the motion using a small piece of cardboard before applying to your furniture
    • Spray paint your furniture in even strokes, ensuring that you are not applying the aerosol too close to the furniture surface. Apply a thin coat of paint to avoid excess paint from dripping down
    • Wait for the first coat of paint to dry before re-applying if necessary
    • Optional step. Once the spray paint is hard dry, you can apply a clear lacquer such as Rust-Oleum Furniture Lacquer to seal the paintwork
    • Follow your spray paint’s dry times and avoid touching or moving until completely dry
    • Reapply all-metal hardware initially removed for painting
  4. How to spray paint metal

    • Remove any old paint or rust with a wire brush
    • Clean and degrease the piece of furniture. Rinse clean and allow to dry
    • Shake the spray paint can vigorously before applying
    • If you have never used spray paint before, practice the motion using a small piece of cardboard before applying to your furniture
    • Apply the spray paint in even coats, with the aerosol nozzle being around 15-30cm away from the furniture
    • Rather than applying one thick coat, opt for several thin layers to avoid the paint from dripping down the metal
    • Wait for each layer to dry in between coats
    • Follow your spray paint’s dry times and avoid touching or moving until completely dry