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Thread: Painting Fiberglass Steps?

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    Painting Fiberglass Steps?

    Is it possible to paint the white fiberglass steps?

    I was thinking of having a paint made up that would match with my liner, but wasnt sure if this was possible. Not sure if paint would stick.
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    Re: Painting Fiberglass Steps?

    I paint them with an epoxy paint when repairing them after I fiberglass them. If you prep the surface properly the epoxy paint should work well. I've only used white so far to match the steps though.
    the epoxy paint is a two part paint. you mix the quart of catalyst with the gallon of paint
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    Re: Painting Fiberglass Steps?

    Also bear in mind that having them contrast may save a pet from drowning - or so I'm told. Might be just nonesense.
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