|May 13, 2002, 02:35 AM|
plastiflex - to paint or not to paint?
I was searching for a product to paint directly onto EPP foam, and the local paint shop recommended a paint called 'plastiflex'. Apparently it is very similiar to paint used on the plastic bumpers of cars, but has better flexing capabilites.
Anybody heard of this product, or know of a paint that will work directly onto epp, to provide a nice finish?
|May 13, 2002, 08:58 AM|
I used a paint that is for rubberized bumpers on my bumper but I don't think you need it. I used all types of paints on my FMA Razors. Never had a problem.
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