"Awsme Stuff! Covers well on bare metal and prepainted surfaces. Two coats required. I have painted my Triumph Spitfire chassis with this stuff, and am impressed, nearly got two coats of whole chassis from one 750ml tin. Not scrimping either! Don't know how much protection it will give but it goes on so good I thought I would add a review (not like me)!"
"Use this on the stationary engines I restore as well as everything else round the workshop. Sprayed on it goes on a treat, covers well and gives a good build when built up with several coats. At the price its excellent stuff."
"It's good, and at a very good price. It dries quickly, but as someone else mentioned, it's runnier than the camembert in Michael Palin's cheese shop (although the cat won't eat it). So make sure to mask the floor!"
"This stuff is awesome. Bought it to paint my RSJ before installation. Goes on easy and dries fairly quickly. One coat gave a very good covering but I did 2 just to be on the safe side. It makes a dramatic difference to the appearance of whatever you're painting."
"i have been using this on my narrow boat and it works well. The paint must be stirred thoroughly before using, but it goes on well. You need to either have the area well ventilated or be prepared to get a head ache etc after prolonged use"
"Happy with product and reasonably priced compared to other sites. Gives good coverage on smooth surfaces although on rustier surface it tended to use more. I am using on zinc sheets which are partly rusty but happy with product so far. Would recommend."
"I have been using this as a base coat on my old concrete mixer. It goes on easily and covers bare metal and old paint equally well. I've used two coats for maximum protection, but a single coat would probably be fine on metalwork not subject to as much wear & tear. Highly recommended."
"Reasonable quality with no complaints that paints on well. It seemed a bit thin but went on well to produce a good coating and can easily be built up by applying a second coat. The proof of the puddiing will be how long it lasts."