Thu, Jan 25, 2007, 7:56pm (EST-1) firstname.lastname@example.org
<snip> I just painted up a new plywood sign with Rustoleum paint . Now,
I want it to stay looking nice for as long as possible. What type of
clear coating do I need to put over the paint . This sign will be
outside in the elements 365 days a year . I live in central Iowa so
temperatures will vary drastically .
Iowa eh? Better you than me.
I'd look at the back of the Rustoleum can and call the 1-800 number
there and ask those guys what they think. And next time, I'd use
exterior acrylic latex paint - it's maide for houses, that spend year
round out in the weather, wherever they may be. Painted a Tiki with
some, and it looked great. It sat at the end of my drive, up untill it
got knocked over, and that busted ll up, because bugs had eaten all the
inside. I've still got a few pieces laying around somewhere, and the
solors still look good.
Bugrit. Millennium hand AND shrimp.