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Rustoleum hammered bronze

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Mainmoe02, Jul 13, 2013.

  1. Jul 13, 2013 at 4:28 PM
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    Mainmoe02

    Mainmoe02 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    01 Gold tacoma SR5 TRD
    3" lift EIBACH coils w/ 5100's front, OME/ Dakar leaf springs w/ toytec adjustable shackles at 1.5" and 5125's out back. 33x10.5x15 KM2's Relentless DIY steel bumper.
    Anyone used this bronze before? Does it come out as a dark color bronze or is it light? Here's a pic of the spray lid. I usually like the rustoleum products so I'm curious as to how this bronze is?

    I'm wanting to paint my wheels but want to do something different than black, but want to stick with a dark-ish color. Also want the color to pair well with my gold tacoma. We shall c

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  2. Jul 13, 2013 at 9:21 PM
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    Jay9722

    Jay9722 Well-Known Member

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    I used this exact product and color to paint the metal switch plate covers in my house. I was hoping for an actual bronze finish but it ended up more like a chocolate brown. I could not envision this color and product on wheels. Although after reading your post again and seeing that your truck is gold... it might not look bad. FWIW it is a very thick and durable finish and hasn't shown any wear from hands flipping the switches or typical oil and grease marks from dirty fingers.
     
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