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Old 06-25-2018, 04:39 PM   #1
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Has Anyone Used This "Specialty Farm and Implement Enamel?"

Made by Rustoleum... any feedback/thoughts/comments would be great! Thanks!

https://www.menards.com/main/paint/e...589334&ipos=16
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Made by Rustoleum... any feedback/thoughts/comments would be great! Thanks!

https://www.menards.com/main/paint/e...589334&ipos=16
I haven't used THAT Rustoleum specifically but its good stuff. That's just regular rustoleum in factory implement colors. I'm not a fan of John Deere, but they do make a nice green.
Massey Ferguson had a nice red back in the 60's...
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EastCoastCB, so you mean this is the same formula as which Rustoleum product? I don't think the Professional High Grade Enamel. I actually have an email inquiry into Rustoleum now about this. We'll see what they say. TY!
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EastCoastCB, so you mean this is the same formula as which Rustoleum product? I don't think the Professional High Grade Enamel. I actually have an email inquiry into Rustoleum now about this. We'll see what they say. TY!
Its just regular rustoleum in factory "implement" colors. Its an oil based enamel.
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I used it on my floor. Wanted to see how Ford Blue turned out. It's pretty, but not the color I want on the outside.

I put down over Rustoleum rusty metal primer. Took a whole can for my floor, roughly 27' x 7.5".
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It worked about as well as expected. Only chipped when sharp metal objects met it at a high velocityIMG_20180517_000404_551.jpeg
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Did you use a hardener?
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No, I didn't. Didn't really know about them at the time. It's all good though. The primer had weeks to cure before I painted. Anyways, it's all covered up now
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No, I didn't. Didn't really know about them at the time. It's all good though. The primer had weeks to cure before I painted. Anyways, it's all covered up now
Yeah its not necessary at all for a floor, I was just curious. I used some on a few test panels and it greatly improves the durability of the finish.
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I did use it on my roof. I'll be adding it to the next couple of coats as well
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