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We utilise spray paint cans that come with their own nozzles from Marine Supply or Auto Shops. The spray can must be warm before use in order for the paint product within to be heated. If it’s a warm sunny day outside, let it warm up by going outside (follow the directions) and shaking the cans until the ball inside moves effortlessly. There is a method to using a spray can. The first movement is a back-and-forth motion, passing the boat attachment by a few inches in either direction. To get a feel for it, try it without spraying. When you’re painting, start spraying just before the boat attachment and keep going until the other end is an inch or two away.Find additional information at building materials.
To get a feel for it, try it without spraying. When you’re painting, start spraying just before the boat attachment and keep going until the other end is an inch or two away. As you return to the task, begin spraying before the accessory, and so on…back and forth, starting and pausing the spray on each stroke. While spraying, keep the spray can about 8 to 10 inches away. You only need to apply light coats…if you can do five passes and still see through the paint, that’s fantastic. Wait a few minutes, then shake the spray can vigorously again, then make more passes…wait a few minutes, then make more passes. You’ll get the hang of it, and the factory finish you receive will be fantastic!
Remember, I only told you one of the two secrets. The first was to start with a warm can, which is essential… When I’m spray painting, the spray can gets quite heated from the sun, which is a nice thing. Now for the other secret…the most important one…the make-or-break one… Railing, Helm Console, and Boat Mast are all boat accessories. It has to be VERY WARM!