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I don't know of a stock paint but there is a glitter additive that I have used on interior walls.Check your local Lowe's or Home Depot for the additive and see if it can be used on exteriors.
 

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theres quite a few houses around town with that glitter crap on the texture ceilings.
different i must say!
cool?
not really!
and you always seem to get a piece of glitter or two on you from houses with it and then you go home to the wife questioning you asking what kind of woman you were hanging out with while you are suppose to be at work lol
 

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There's nothing "gay" about that. The wife asked if I could do it in the small bathroom, and I simply added multi-colored glitter to the paint. We both like the results. On the textured walls, it's kinda nice actually. :) The grandkids love it too!

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The reason I liked it was because I an an antiquated kinda guy....lol...I like the old retro stuff. I wish I had pics.The homeowner was thrilled and that's what matters.
 

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Used to spread it on popcorn ceilings back in the day for that disco ball effect! lol
if you mix it in, doesn't it loose the shine?
Had to sit on top when I did it.

Did my share of them also. Had one of those hand held cheese grater things that blew it up onto the wet paint. Not for me but it was kind of cool looking:eek:
 

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There's nothing "gay" about that. The wife asked if I could do it in the small bathroom, and I simply added multi-colored glitter to the paint. We both like the results. On the textured walls, it's kinda nice actually. :) The grandkids love it too!

DM
Not that there's anything wrong with that!
 
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