A few weeks ago I gought one of those cans of latex spray paint. A
few days ago I finally got around to trying it out. It costs a bit more
than the regular sprary paint, but I thing the extra cost is worth it,
because it definitely doesn't have the bad small. The only thing I've
used it on is some ammo can I got for storage. I didn't try for a
quality job, just sprayed one coat on each. Seems to cover at least as
well, maybe even better, than a regular spray can. I plan on getting
another can or two and trying it again.
If it can't kill you, it ain't a sport.
On Fri, 27 Oct 2006 21:51:47 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org (J T)
I used to use that stuff on foam r/c airplane wings for disposable
combat aircraft. It really worked great. Solvent based paints would
eat the foam, while the spray latex would add a light and smooth
sealing to the wing.
These combat planes were foam wings, a PVC downspout fuselage, and two
coroplast or balsa tail fins, stuffed with an engine, fuel tank and
r/c gear. We would attach a 10' streamer to a 20' leader and try to
cut the other guy's streamer with our propeller, often resulting in a
mid air collision. <G> It was great fun with 5 or 6 planes in the
air at once!
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