Painting Rubbermaid

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Jodo Kast 3

Well-Known Member
Ok,



I need to know something rather quick. I have a blaster that has 2 major flat panels that are made from rubbermaid sheets cut from a garbage can. I tried shooting it with a Krylon flat black paint and it scratched off very easily.

My question is, if I shoot it first with that Krylon Fusion grey paint as a primer, then shoot it with the flat black, will it stick?



Any help is greatly appreciated.



JK3
 

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Hotshot

Sr Member
Wash in hot soapy water, sand with light grit sand paper, prime paint enjoy. Done this plastic with Ghostbuster equipment, so been there. Good Luck.
 

Mr_Creepy

Sr Member
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If you use the Krylon FUSION on anything let it cure for at least a week before you paint over it. Even though Krylon is making better colors in the FUSION line-up, I'd personally stick with "regular" spray paint.
 

Hotshot

Sr Member
You're welcome sir, and ditto to the Tooth.
I do steer clear of that krylon in any form. It is just too thick. Great for lawn chairs, bad for props.
 

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