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Rose Gold Spray Paint


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Rose Gold Spray Paint is a hand-crafted metallic rose gold color. Rose gold is a gold that includes copper and silver to create a rich warm metallic gold effect. While this spray paint doesn't include actual gold, real rose gold is an alloy created by mixing copper and silver with gold. Gold is too soft to be used on its own, and always has to mixed with other metals to add strength. The proportion of those other metals to gold determines the carats. Rose gold was first introduced by Carl Fabergé in Russia the 19th century.
Choose from multiple sheens including flat, low lustre, satin, semi gloss or gloss. Learn more about spray paint at MyPerfectColor.

FAQs about MyPerfectColor Rose Gold Spray Paint

How to buy Rose Gold Spray Paint?
Rose Gold Spray Paint is available in a fast drying solvent-based acrylic enamel. The paint is a lovely rose-hint gold metallic finish. Select the Paint Type button above to get started. Learn more about buying paint at MyPerfectColor.
How quickly will I receive my Rose Gold Spray Paint?
70% of all orders ship within 48 hours. The lead-time for the Rose Gold Spray Paint is about 2-4 business days. For guaranteed shipment within 1 business day, select Expedited Production during checkout. Please contact MyPerfectColor if you are concerned about a specific deadline. We do our best to make sure you get your paint on time. Learn more about paint lead times at MyPerfectColor.
Does the Rose Gold Spray Paint need primer?
The need for primer for the Rose Gold Spray Paint depends on the substrate being painted and where it will be located. See our Primer Selection Table to see what primer you might need and learn more about when you might need a primer.
How do I get the SDS (Safety Data Sheet) for Rose Gold Spray Paint?
The MyPerfectColor Rose Gold Spray Paint is the color and the SDS is based on the type of paint used to make the color. You can find Safety Data Sheets here for our most popular products.
What is the Rose Gold Spray Paint made of? And how much area will one can cover?

To make Rose Gold Spray Paint, MyPerfectColor uses an acrylic enamel and metallic pigments. The acrylic enamel is a fast-drying durable coating suitable for interior or exterior use. MyPerfectColor custom spray paint enables you to conveniently achieve a professional spray-smooth finish in any color in any sheen. It sticks well to most surfaces including metal, plastics, powder-coatings, cabinets and primed or previously painted wood.

MyPerfectColor offers two spray can sizes - 11oz net weight and 4.5oz net weight. The 11oz spray will cover about 20 square feet per coat. The smaller can, which is perfect for manufacturers who want to include a can with product shipments will cover about 7 square feet.

What Makes MyPerfectColor Special

MyPerfectColor is able match all colors so you can find and enjoy the colors you love. MyPerfectColor uses its expert capabilities to recreate the original colors by matching original color books and swatches.

The colors shown on this website are computer video simulations of the original colors and may not match original Color standards. Refer to original Publications to obtain the accurate color. Please know that MyPerfectColor is matching the original color. If you intend to touch up paint that has been on your walls for years, know that your color has undoubtedly changed from the original due to exposure to light and age and the new paint may not match. You will achieve best results by re-coating the entire surface.

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