Frame & Bookshelf Makeover With Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover 2x

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I’m at it again. I’m doing doing another DIY project in Jayden’s room. This time, I’m spray painting some frames and bookshelves for his walls. Lately, I haven’t had as much time as I’d like to complete projects so it’s super important that the projects that I do start aren’t too complicated. Walmart just started carrying a new spray paint by Rust-Oleum that offers twice the coverage as other general spray paints. When offered the opportunity to try them, I jumped at the chance. Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover 2X (say that twice as fast) covers twice the square footage of other general purpose spray paints. It contains up to 44% more solids so just one can of paint performs and covers like two. Score!

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Here’s a little sneak peek of everything before I got started. I may or may not spray paint a few extra items/use the orange spray paint. This is a work in progress that I’m sharing and I’ll share the final results in a separate post.

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 Here are the bookshelves. They’re actually BEKVÄM spice racks from IKEA ;-).

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 This is just one coat Lagoon. The color is amaaaaziiiing!

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 Here’s a set of frames I found at Family Dollar. Coinkydink? The first coat of Flat White looks very fresh!

Having only used one coat of Ultra Cover 2x paint so far, I am sold! At $3.77 per can, you can’t beat that! The coverage is great and it dries pretty fast (outside) too! Stay tuned as I will be revealing how these pieces look in Jaydens room!

Edited to add:

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disclosure
As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I’ve received compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.



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