"I guess it would depend on the surface it would be applied to. If it's steel, auto paint... prime, base coat color, clear coat. But that won't be cheap. I've seen on Youtube where people are using Rustoleum in the…"
"HI GB! Thanks for the Friend Request. I have a 1979 Free Spirit Cub, by Holiday Rambler... that is currently in the process of repair. :) Your Playmor is cute! I think I should have gone with an older one like that but…"
"Yes, cost is a factor and because they are aluminum it takes special knowledge related to prep-work. I checked out Behr as you suggested and it seems like great stuff.
Yes we have been hot here too. We did manage to get some work done…"
"Mine is a 1979. So yeah it's over 20 years old. Which is why I was thinking Rustoleum. I've seen someone on Youtube spray paint theirs with rattle cans and it turned out nice an shiny. If my husband would…"
"do not use rustoleom, its heavy, toxic and will not give you the finish you want, get metal paint, like exterior siding paint, look for METAL ADHESION or ask for assisstance. it all depends on the material you are painting"
"Thanks Shawn. Exterior siding paint... can you give me a brand name or a link to the product. I was thinking of going with a Rustoleum paint. But since my oldie is aluminum I was afraid I would have living issues. "
"Oh that sounds fun. Better than a tent too. Quick suggestion for your front end windows. Water adhering those silver emergency blankets to the windows themselves will darken them and help keep the trailer a bit more cool. …"
do not use rustoleom, its heavy, toxic and will not give you the finish you want, get metal paint, like exterior siding paint, look for METAL ADHESION or ask for assisstance. it all depends on the material you are painting
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