I haven’t tried all the colors just yet but have used a bunch when I sold mason jars on the internet.
I’ll keep updating this post as I try more colors. Update: I added more colors below. 11/6/2016
Rust-Oleum Metallic is a shimmer type finish and very smooth. Im going to list the colors in my pictures. These are the trigger spray nozzle cans. The Universal.
The copper is Krylon though, jar top middle. The rest of the jars are Rust-Oleum.
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Top Row Left to Right:
Oil Rubbed Bronze, the Krylon Copper, Satin Nickel
Bottom row Left to Right:
Aged Copper again.
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Rust-oleums Metallic Rust and Sienna Mist. I think these are some nice fall colors.
I Love all these colors! They all have a shimmer finish.
I flipped the jars so you could see the finish more.
Love, love, love ! 😀
Some other golds.
The middle Jar is called Metallic Warm Gold 286524.
More silver gray shades.
The mini jar shown here is the Titanium Silver. Has that shimmer finish and a nice silver.
Ya like that mess of a can? LOL. It happens sometimes… The two pint size jars below are the Krylon and Rust-olem silvers. You can barely tell the difference.
You can see the Titanium Silver is pretty close in color too.
That was the last of updated colors…
The blue is auto paint all the rest are Rust-Oleum metallics. Dupli Color is the blue, was discounted way back when so I dont remember the color…
Now, onto more Rust-Oleum metallic style finishes. This line is more ‘metal’ looking. Shiny. Krylon makes some shiny colors too.
Colors in these style cans.
Doing a throwback with my old brown backdrop! I painted these jars a few years ago…
The first two jars are Valspar Bronze and Krylon Brilliant Gold. Its a blush tone gold.
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The copper, yellow gold and silver are the Rust-Oleum.
I love them all! LOL
You can see how the finish is more shiny like metal over the other metallic pictured above.
Ive also used some of the hammered metal finishes. Its has a textured look. Works good for a surface with some imperfections.
I recommend using the shiny finish metallics with more decorative pieces, it tarnishes with oils from your hands and water will leave spots.
I also saw a clear top coat pearl finish so you can give a metallic like finish on any color. They are all in the same style trigger spray cans. Found them at Home Depot and Amazon.
A cell phone shot at Home Depot. Oopsi… forgot to take it out of square mode for Instagram… haha.
Have you tried any of the metallics? What did you paint? What is your favorite color?
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