In a post from September 15,
I talked about success using the Ace Hardware Premium Enamel spray paint.
Here's my experience from that post:
The Ace GLOSS WHITE doesn't dry quite as shiny as the Rusto 2X. (See next paragraph)
The Ace LIGHT GRAY dries smooth and glossy.
The Ace GLOSS YELLOW dries smooth, not as shiny as the Rusto 2X
The Ace GLOSS BLACK dries very shiny and smooth. Much better finish than the Rusto 2X
New cans of the Ace brand Gloss White have dried with a flat finish. I can't recommend the Ace Gloss White. Who knows, they may have changed the formulation.
I refuse to go back to using the Rusto 2X gloss white, it's too much of a risk. The Rusto 2X gloss white can shoot out rough, what I've called a "cottage cheese" finish. I think the white pigment settles at the bottom and in the feed straw, that's what shoots out first. You can shake the Rusto can all you want, you still run the risk of a rough finish.
More recently I've had very good results with the Gloss White Rustoleum High Performance Enamel. It dries faster than the Rusto 2X white, dry to the touch in about 20 minutes. The gloss is very shiny. Look for the larger, chrome wrap can.
I've mentioned before, I hate to give spray paint recommendations. So far, the Ace brand paint (other than the gloss white) has been more reliable than the Rusto 2X. Ace has a better nozzle, and good opaque coverage and a great shine.