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Old 01-14-2012, 11:09 AM   #1
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painting radiator covers


what prep do I have to do?

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what prep do I have to do?

well if they have never been painted before make sure the surface is clean dull and dry then prime with a all purpose primer like bulls eye 123 then a good latex enamel made for trim. also if the have been paint before you can still do the same thing for max adhesion. and have fun

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