Hey guys! Today, I’m excited to be sharing my results from testing out Rustoleum mirror effect spray paint.
This spray paint is suppose to transform glass into mirrors. It says you can use it just like you would any normal spray paint. Just spray paint your surface and let it dry. Keep reading to see what I mean and to learn some other tips when using Mirror Effect Spray paint.
I had two glass pieces that I wanted to turn into mirrors for a mirrored coffee table DIY.
I will admit that I was so nervous to test this spray paint out on this glass because I had plans on transforming a thrifted coffee table and I had high hopes it would work!
I sprayed pretty close to the glass and it took several coats of paint. Be generous with this spray paint. Mirrored home decor is all the craze RIGHT NOW and I really wanted this to work. I can’t believe this spray paint actually worked. I will say that I had to use a different technique with this mirror effect spray paint.
I was a little surprised that it worked. But what shocked me the most is when I flipped the mirror up and looked at the reverse side. I was honestly shocked that it worked as good as it did. I wasn’t expecting the mirror finish to be this clear.
What I learned through this process is that you will want to spray paint the opposite side that you want the mirror effect on. So, you’ll spray your glass and when you lift it up-the opposite side will be a mirror!
Here is what the glass pieces looked like after I flipped them over. (Reverse side that I painted). It’s pretty clear and good quality. I was happy with the results of these glass pieces for my coffee table.
I love how this looks. And the mirrored pieces are SO BEAUTIFUL at night with my candles reflecting off the glass. I’m happy to say I would recommend Mirror Effect Spray Paint, and I’m excited to use it in the future.The possibilities are endless with this mirror effect spray paint.
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