How to protect paint for house numbers painted on a curb

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Steve wrote:

Now you got it. That's what the kid used to do mine 4 years ago for $5..

Then don't. Get some number stencils and a can of spray paint and go for it. It's no bfd.. Quit making it one.
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wrote:

Another option...
Reflective tape will last as long...or longer...than paint...and is much easier to see at night.
Have a nice week...
Trent
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They are basically useless...unless you have a street where parking is prohibited.
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Zimple. Call the city/fire dept. and enquire. Can't *think* it would be a terrific expense in time or materials to go out and trace over numbers from time to time, if they *are* required. A little dime-store bottle of model airplane paint and a disposable brush should run you a buck-fifty.
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