Review: Rust-Oleum 7791830 Stops Rust Spray Paint in Satin White – A Professional Finish for Any Project

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    • Weather and corrosion resistant coating
    • Oil-based formula for durable protection and rust prevention
    • Dries to touch in 2-4 hours
    • Satin finish with low-sheen look
    • Excellent resistance to abrasion, fading, and chipping
    • Long lasting protection with superior smooth finish
    • More coverage per can than any other spray paint
    • Suitable for interior and exterior surfaces like wood, metal, concrete, masonry, etc
      Last updated on July 10, 2024 9:23 am Details


      Rust-Oleum 7791830 Stops Rust Spray Paint

      Product Review


      I recently had the opportunity to try out the Rust-Oleum 7791830 Stops Rust Spray Paint and I must say, I am impressed. The product delivered on its promises and exceeded my expectations. Below, I will share my experience and provide an honest review of the product.

      Application and Coverage

      One of the standout features of this product is its ease of use. The spray paint can be applied to a variety of surfaces such as wood, metal, concrete, and masonry. I personally used it to paint a metal mailbox, and I was pleased with the results. The paint provided excellent coverage and adhered well to the surface. Even after seven years, the paint on my mailbox still looks good.

      Durability and Protection

      The paint’s oil-based formula ensures a durable protective coating that is resistant to weather, corrosion, abrasion, fading, and chipping. This makes it perfect for both exterior and interior surfaces. Whether you are repainting furniture, protecting a painting, or rejuvenating old machinery, this spray paint offers long-lasting protection and color retention.

      Finish and Color Options

      The Rust-Oleum 7791830 Stops Rust Spray Paint comes in a satin white finish, which offers a low-sheen look. While some users mentioned that they would prefer the color to be brighter, I found the antique white tone to be quite elegant and versatile. The product also comes in other color options, ensuring that you can find the perfect shade for your project.

      User Feedback

      Reading through the user feedback, it is clear that many others have had positive experiences with this spray paint. Users have successfully used it for various projects, from repainting furniture and hardware to marking corners on their properties. The majority of reviewers praised the product’s coverage, durability, and ease of use.


      In conclusion, I highly recommend the Rust-Oleum 7791830 Stops Rust Spray Paint. Its excellent coverage, durability, and versatility make it a great choice for any painting project. Whether you are a DIY enthusiast or a professional, this product will not disappoint. I believe it offers great value for the price, and I will definitely be purchasing it again for future projects.

      Additional information




      ‎Satin White

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      ‎12 Ounce

      Item Volume

      ‎12 Fluid Ounces

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      Unit Count

      ‎12.0 Ounce

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      ‎Rust-Oleum 7791830 Stops Rust Spray Paint, 12 oz, Satin White

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      Model Name

      ‎Stops Rust

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      Full Cure Time

      ‎4 Hours


      ‎15 sq ft



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      Item Weight

      ‎12.7 ounces

      Product Dimensions

      ‎9 x 5 x 8 inches

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      Is Discontinued By Manufacturer









      ‎12 Ounce


      ‎1 Inches

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      13 thoughts on “Review: Rust-Oleum 7791830 Stops Rust Spray Paint in Satin White – A Professional Finish for Any Project

      1. I put hardware cloth around my chicken’s yard and I hated the look of it.

        Their yard is black steel so the hardware cloth on the bottom half stood out like a big sore thumb.

        I used this black spray paint on the hardware cloth and it totally makes it almost invisible.

        Rather than seeing a sharp silver and black contrast, their fencing is all black now.

        It looks super sharp.

        I love how easy and how well my project turned out.

        I would definitely recommend this paint.

        I hope this was helpful.

      2. I recently retrieved a beat up, tall 6 drawer dresser from the trash. Washed it down, took off crappy hardware, lightly sanded with palm sander. Used up a few old cans of light paint for a base coat, then covered with this antique white. Puttied and sanded gouges and noticeable imperfections. With light paint projects, flaws will show, I don’t sweat stuff that isn’t noticeable unless you are standing up on it, staring at it. (Think hobby, not furniture restorer.) End result was a nice semi gloss, hard finish. $20 hardware; 2 lion knockers on each drawer, and about $24 on this paint. Would have been closer to $40 on paint if I didn’t have some on hand to use for base. A fun weekend project that turned out WOW! Can’t beat Rust-Oleum for these kinds of instant gratification projects. When/if they don’t turn out, it’s disappointing, but only the cost of paint is lost, and it’s fun trying. When they DO turn out, it is SO rewarding and gratifying.

      3. We used this Rustoleum spray to re-paint our metal mailbox – originally painted with brushed-on rustoleum Hunter Green (fifteen years ago).
        The original paint had chipped and peeled in small areas, so we first sanded the entire box with 120 grit abrasive fabric.
        The spray was applied without primer – the first coat was allowed to dry and then a second coat applied. The coverage was very good, even on quarter-sized bare peeled areas. Gloss was about as expected. ~ The Duffian

      4. Don’t let the “Rust”-Oleum name deter you from getting this. I use this to put a spray coat on my finished Paint by Numbers. It has just the right sheen, dries clear and coats well and protects the paintings from dust and dirt.

        It can also be used on anything you paint that you want to put a protective top coat on.

        It has a little bit of an odor when using, but it dissipates pretty quickly.

        Great product for a great price.

      5. Couldn’t get this is Canada so had to order it out of the states, almost perfect color match for my 84 Honda Fl250 odyssey 🍻

      6. Supper product. With this one can I could manage painting 5 Fans. I did felt that quantity is less. But it’s been a month since I painted and the quality seems good.

      7. Painting pocket replacement windows prior to install. The black options are twice the amount of white windows. Based on research this or the can brush style paint work great.

        Though brush would not be as even and possibly thicker. A roller would work for the flat surfaces. Not crevices. Pella windows have lots of nooks and crannies. So far this product is working exceptionally well.

        I’ve used it on storm window frames and the interior of a window installed when bought the house. Also, a pocket replacement preinstalled. Worked perfect. Still looks great a year later.

        For touch ups will be using the cam style with a small roller in the future. Semi gloss, as well.

        Great price and in stock. Big box stores ran out. I’m so happy ordered a half dozen more for the rest of the windows. They’re all being replaced. Going for the NYC hometown vibe living abroad.


      8. Rust-Oleum 7779830 Stops Rust Spray Paint, 12 oz, Gloss Black. This paint has pretty good coverage for one coat and it stands up pretty well to the weather. I used it on my street sside mail box and it still looks good seven years later. Even though it looked ok I re-sprayed the mail box just to freshen up the paint. This paint holds up well. I also bought it in white and the same opinion applies.

      9. Very old stock. See third pic where near the bottom it is printed (c) 1999! Can dirty and rusted (see pic). Cap had become brittle and broke to pieces in trying to open. Spray nozzle is blocked and non-functional. I replaced nozzle from another can but spray is not uniform. Let’s see if I can use at least some of the content. Overall, very poor. I had purchased another Rust-Oleum from this seller before but it was okay though a bit old stock of 2016. This item being non-returnable I am hesitant about purchasing from Truworth again.

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