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Old 02-03-2013, 04:45 PM   #1
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Painting rear bumper

Ok...I have this fancy new Jayco Owners Forum sticker I need to add to the rear bumper of my camper.

I have a 2009 and the bumper is ready for a little refresh on the paint. What make, type, brand, etc of paint have you found holds up the best?
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Old 02-03-2013, 05:00 PM   #2
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I've gotten great results from using Rust-Oleum brand, High Performance Protective Enamel, oil-based black paint. Applied it with one of those small 2" rollers on the A-frame, frame, and rear bumper. The number on my paint can is V7579.

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John Deere Blitz Black is a shiny/flat black it's tough paint, if you want more shine there is also a medium gloss.
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I've gotten great results from using Rust-Oleum brand, High Performance Protective Enamel, oil-based black paint. Applied it with one of those small 2" rollers on the A-frame, frame, and rear bumper. The number on my paint can is V7579.

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After a good sanding, I apply two coats.
I use the small foam roller to apply. When dry, it looks as if it were sprayed on.
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POR-15. Do it with that and you'll never need to do it again.
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Crabman brand. PM me for payment and shipping details.
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Crabman brand. PM me for payment and shipping details.
Probably contains real crab....the secret of all professional painters....
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Probably contains real crab....the secret of all professional painters....
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POR-15. Do it with that and you'll never need to do it again.
you need to coat over the POR-15 as it is not UV stabil.
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you need to coat over the POR-15 as it is not UV stabil.
Yes, that is the final step in the process.
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