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Old March 22nd, 2013, 10:55 AM   #21
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Walmart flat black, $0.96 a can. You crack me up with the looking good comments I put my cage IN my vehicle and it hasn't rusted yet
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Old March 23rd, 2013, 04:58 AM   #22
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Damnit, I knew I got something wrong!

And what's so funny about wanting it to look nice? Its all about the style points brahh
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your issue isn't tha piant, its the primer and prep. You need to clean the tube 100% of all the oils. Do a few rub downs with acetone, etc to clean the tube and then get a good metal etching primer on the tube before any paint. Once the primer is on, any of the higher quality rustoleum spray paint will look good for years.
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I've had pretty good luck with this stuff. The wrinkles help hide imperfections.



I've also had good luck with this in the past, although it is not a glossy finish.

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Damnit, I knew I got something wrong!

And what's so funny about wanting it to look nice? Its all about the style points brahh
You gotta look good to play good....
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