Krylon vs Rustoleum Mirror Spray Paint Comparison


Hey guys, today I’m going to be comparing
Rust-oleum’s mirror effect and Krylon’s looking glass spray paints in a side-by-side comparison. Stay tuned! First I’m going to clean the glass with a
glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth. Both cans have the same application directions:
I’m going to shake the cans for one minute, hold the cans 8-10 inches away from the surface,
and apply five light coats one minute apart. This is what it looks like after the first
coat. Coat number two Coat number three Coat number four Coat number 5 And now it’s time for the reveal. The Rust-oleum has quite a bit of streaking as
if I didn’t clean the glass good enough. You can also see a kind of ripple effect as
if there were some defects in the glass. The Krylon has a very fine crackle effect
which is extremely uniform over the full piece of glass. The temperature at the time of application
was 78 degrees and the humidity was 65 percent. The rippling of the glass itself was a lot
less noticeable with the Krylon. The crackling effect of the Krylon makes the
glass look very old, which could be cool if that’s the look that you’re going for. The Rust-oleum mirror looks extremely streaky,
which may have something to do with me not cleaning the glass well enough, even though
it did look clean at the time that I cleaned it. Both of the mirrors look extremely dull and
I’m not very pleased with either result. If you found this video helpful or interesting
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