Paint for resin columns on house?


Can you guys recommend a good paint for resin based columns on my house? Any sites with prep info appreciated. Can I use a gloss too?
Thanks
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Manufacturer of the columns recommends???
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I just went through a real tribulation trying to 'scuff sand' some tiles in the bathroom.{To put up a 'tub surround} All the 'instructions' & 'experts' said a simple sanding with 220 grit would do the job - even for Ceramic. I went all the way to Carbide tools and Acid Etch . . and all I did was get VERY CLEAN tile. Finally someone told me that meant they were probably PORCELAIN.
Then my 'boatbuilder brain' piped up . . . K.I.S.S. Got my can of B.I.N. {by Zinsser ?} alcohol-based primer {really FAST drying} and slapped on a couple of coats . . . and 'Bob's your Uncle' !! {This is what I use when I need a 'tie coat' between an epoxy surface/sheathing.and finish coats of paint, etc.}
This is what I would try, first. Simple, inexpensive, and any mistakes can be removed with denatured alcohol.
Regards & Good Luck, Ron Magen Backyard Boatshop

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