Paint for Plastic Surfaces
I just saw a TV commercial for Krylon Fusion paint for plastics. The commercial makes a point of using the spray paint on plastic material without prepping the surface first, like sanding. That sounds awesome. Personally, I have to prep. So anything to save time and labor on that front is excellent in my home improvement book. But I wonder how it will really hold up in real life.
I used this paint three years ago and it is still holding up really well. I wish they made a brush-on paint for plastic, as it was not difficult to use, but I was paiinting outside and was afraid that the paint would be carried by the wind onto other peoples' cars. I used a dark green on the tops of some outside tables. I don't think lighter colours would have covered up all the stains as well as the dark colour.
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