Time for some silver spray paint! I have my gold, copper and rose gold paint posts so now we need silver!
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Left to right top row: Rustoleum Silver, Krylon Silver
Left to right bottom row: Rustoleum Universal Satin Nickle, Rustoleum Mirror Finish, Rustoleum Universal Dark Steel, Rustoleum Universal Flat Soft Iron, Rustoleum Textured Silver
Rustoleum Silver in the green can is my favorite for the shiny silver finishes.
Krylons Silver has a shiny look but its a more soft buffed look I guess you could say.
This Dark Steel from Rustoleum is a bit darker. This line from Rustoleum is good for using on knobs, light fixtures, etc as it doesnt tarnish like the shiny finishes do. The shiny finish is best for a decor piece.
This Mirror Finish is super shiny and really meant for glass. Krylon makes some as well called Looking Glass. I think they are equal as far as color/coverage.
This silver is pretty cool, it has a light texture to it so it can be good for a beat looking surface.
This is more a dark gray but I added it to the silvers. Like the can above this formula is better for fixtures, etc too.
I didnt have a can of the Satin Nickle, the vintage Atlas jar on the bottom.
I have some silver paint info in my Rustoleum Metallic Spray Paint post too so check that out.
Are you new to spray painting? I have some tips for you in my spray painting tips post. Paint like a boss! 🙂
What silver spray paints have you tried?
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