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    Reblacking PCV pipes

    My black paint is fading on my roof solar and at my pool equipment.

    Do I pay up for brands of spray paint at Home Depot that are meant to paint plastic (lie when people repaint plastic lawn furniture)?

    Spraying on the roof could get messy. Brand of brush on paint?

    Brand of spray paint?
    Thanks As Always!
    Bob

    23,000 gal in-ground, Aquarite salt sys, Intellitouch i7 +3, Hayward cartridge filter (4) C-5025, Polaris 280 Pool Cleaner, 3/4 HP booster pump, Hydrazzo plaster.

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    Re: Reblacking PCV pipes

    I have always had success with krylon fusion.

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    Re: Reblacking PCV pipes

    Second vote for Krylon Fusion. I've had my shower dome on my RV painted with it for about 6 years now and it's just now showing some fading.
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    Re: Reblacking PCV pipes

    Beautiful!!
    Thank you so much!!
    Thanks As Always!
    Bob

    23,000 gal in-ground, Aquarite salt sys, Intellitouch i7 +3, Hayward cartridge filter (4) C-5025, Polaris 280 Pool Cleaner, 3/4 HP booster pump, Hydrazzo plaster.

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    Re: Reblacking PCV pipes

    I just did some plastic with black Krylon Fusion and it works great. You may have to find an Ace Hardware to get it.
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    Re: Reblacking PCV pipes

    I got mine at Wally world and loses. $7 a can usually. Works great I use it for everything. Good luck.

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