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Krylon Appliance Epoxy Paint Bisque - K03207000 - Pkg Qty 6
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Krylon Appliance Epoxy Paint Bisque - K03207000 - Pkg Qty 6

Item #: WBB37676

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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$5.90 each

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Price: $ 35.40
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Krylon Appliance Epoxy Paint Bisque

Appliance Epoxy Aerosol Paint is a durable, scrubbable paint that keeps equipment and appliances looking newer longer. Appliance Epoxy is chemical and stain resistant. Resists stains, grime, and grease. Krylon appliance spray paint dries to the touch in 30 minutes.

Product Specifications

    • COLOR FINISHAppliance Epoxy Bisque
    • CATEGORYMaintenance Coatings
    • PRODUCT FAMILYSpecialty
    • COLOR FAMILYWhite
    • BRANDKrylon
    • SUGGESTED USEInterior-Exterior
    • TYPEEpoxy
    • DESCRIPTIONAppliance Epoxy Spray Paint
    • SPECIAL FEATURESChemical/Stain Resistant
    • PACKAGE QUANTITY6
    • SIZE12.5 oz. Aerosol Can
    • FINISHGloss
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERK03207000

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Good Potential to Do the Job

Your review: I used this product to refinish an older refrigerator. I don't know if it's me or the product (I'm leaning toward myself being more of the problem) but there are some spots where it doesn't seem to completely take even after 4 coats. The areas where it DID take look really nice. Perhaps I didn't prepare the surface well enough because if it ALL looked like the good parts then this is a great solution for updating appliances (at least a fridge). Even with those less than perfect areas (that you don't really see if you look at it dead on rather than from the side) it's still better than what I was looking at before. I think prep (sanding!) is key.

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