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Old 06-14-2016, 06:40 PM   #1
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Color change max air 2 vents

Just wanted to know if anyone has tries to paint max air vents. Last year i bought white vent covers but now think black would go better. I was thinking of seeing what type of plastic paint home depot carries and giving it a try. Any thoughts?
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Old 06-14-2016, 07:58 PM   #2
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They have Krylon fusion paint for plastic. I used it on my ABS storage lid and plastic vent cover on my PUP still looked new after 4 yrs when we traded it in. Rustoleum makes one also.

Fusion for Plastic® - | Krylon

Here is the rustoleum paint. I am sure you can buy just one can in the store.

Rust-Oleum Automotive 12 oz. Black Satin Spray Paint for Plastic (Case of 6)-260770 - The Home Depot
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I bought the white ones for a reason. They act as a skylight and provide good light in the daytime. If all I could have bought was black, I wouldn't have bought them.
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Duplicolor has a spray "Adhesion promotor" which you spray on plastic parts first.. then spray with any color you like..
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After hearing and reading many positive comments, I am looking forward to purchasing a few Maxx Air vent covers. My question to the group is in regards to which one should I purchase. Would the Maxx Air I or Maxx Air II be the better choice. Is there a difference between the two? Would spending the few extra dollars be worth the expenditure?
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Old 06-15-2016, 12:03 PM   #6
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You can paint them. I would only paint the interior l, as it should hold up to the weather better, and it will look better.
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