oklahomajewel wrote:I think any exterior paint made for houses and barns would already have the protection for UV etc.
Jst83 wrote:I'm leaning towards a paint job.
steve wolverton wrote:As for exterior latex, it works great too. I'm going to use it on my camper and I'm adding texture to it so won't need a flawless product to paint. You won't get the extreme gloss or showroom finish by using it, but if you're looking for a nice looking paint job, that's easily repairable, then by all means go for it!
Jst83 wrote:Do you plan to put a coat of anything over the paint for added protection or leave it as is?
Jst83 wrote:What type of texture? I was thinking of that myself. Will the texture wear down with the wind from pulling it?
steve wolverton wrote:I'll keep you updated if you'd like - I should be painting mine in a week or so with the stuff.
dwgriff1 wrote:The top of my tear is good quality exterior paint. I figure I can touch it up real easy any time it is necessary.
doug hodder wrote:I've used automotive clear and base/clear systems for top coating the tear...sprayed through a gravity feed HVLP gun...it's a lot more expensive, but I can wash and wax it like a car and it really shows off the wood underneath...Doug
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