Not too very long ago, I (Vicki) was talking with my 88 year old dad who asked me about a new product by Rust-Oleum. He had been surfing the web and had come across it. He asked if I had ever heard of it. I had not but told him I'd check into it.
Just the very next week on Creator's Studio the very product he was asking about was introduced to the community. The first one hundred people to sign up got a free sample. We are always good with free so we signed up to try it! A few weeks later the product showed up and we got started.
Take a look to see what we freshened up with ReColor. Watch the video above!
Here is a link to the product on Amazon.com.
Vicki tried it on Pyrex. The product is NOT recommended for glass but she wanted to try anyway. It doesn't work on painted glassware, but it did bring back the shine to this faded Pyrex dish. Word of warning: don't use it on a valuable piece as it will probably devalue it in price. But if you want shiny and pretty, ReColor is an option.
Please note: We are not sponsored by any of the companies/products that we used. We did receive the product free through Rust-Oleum's Creator Studio community.
FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
FYI: Amazon affiliate links are being used on this page.
Steph & Vicki
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