Rustoleum is available in various colors and finishes and we’ll have multiple shades available to match any needs for your Rustoleum installation.
What’s the difference between a rustoleum panel and rustoleum paint?
For a Rustoleum installation, two pieces of wood are joined. Each piece can be sealed either with an epoxy coating or a polyurethane sealant. Rustoleum’s epoxy coating is non-toxic and does not damage the wood. Rustoleum’s polyurethane sealant is water and oil controlled and can be painted, stained, or coated when the paint condition of the wood allows.
What are the rustoleum paint types?
Rustoleum contains two main lines of paints: rustoleum paint, and white-light, or clear-glow paint. We carry both Rustoleum paint and white-light and white-glow paints.
I’ve seen some very positive reviews about Rustoleum panels. Do I have to purchase a panel to get them?
A rustoleum panel is recommended as a substitute for existing concrete paneling. We offer 1-inch – 5-ply panels as a complete system. However, our system will not work for any thicker panels or the use of thicker wood. Our products will work as long as they have the proper water and sealant application processes. We also offer custom panels for large and small properties and we can design a new rustoleum installation that will fit the property. However, for a larger property it is recommended to consider Rustoleum panels for your flooring and other finishing needs because a walled floor can sometimes take multiple installations.
Why is the rustoleum coat a thick finish when other panel coatings such as polyurethane coatings, wood filler or concrete filler have a lighter finish and are called “suds”?
The color of a rustoleum coat is usually an indication of its use and quality. However, each application could have the same type of color and its characteristics will vary depending on the type of paint and surface type. We recommend that a homeowner contact us for an initial evaluation, but after that a homeowner can select any colors (other than standard ones) or patterns to personalize the appearance of their home.
Can I use polyurethane or acrylic products for the finish of my wood finishes?
No, Rustoleum recommends polyurethane and acrylic for rustole
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