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Old 06-22-2012, 03:13 PM   #15
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Old 06-22-2012, 07:26 PM   #16
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Emd_Driver: on that sunliner your friends have. how did they prep it for paint

My MH has the same siding and I would love to paint it but not sure how to prep a surface like that. i can get someone to spray it for me, but i gotta do the prep work
Since their siding was aluminum, I believe they lightly sanded it. Just enough to give the new paint something to stick to.
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Old 07-31-2012, 11:28 PM   #17
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I would like to paint the outside of my 1990 Fleetwood Pace Arrow any one have any ideas. Im open to all Ideas like for it to be kind of cool.
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Hey some of ya'll may know me and some may not, but I have a 1990 Fleetwood Pace arrow I call Stevie Nick because I love Fleetwood Mac and there music. I would like to paint the exterior side of my M/H because I have a couple of places around the conor of my window that is ugly yes due to water damage and I can't afford to have it painted so any ideas I'am all ears I hope you know what I'am trying to say. I have paint equipment and a good airconprusses.Sorry about my spelling I will try and do better!!HELP Pleaseeeeee..
Oh yea I have stop or fixed the water leak
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Old 08-29-2012, 02:19 AM   #19
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Hey some of ya'll may know me and some may not, but I have a 1990 Fleetwood Pace arrow I call Stevie Nick because I love Fleetwood Mac and there music. I would like to paint the exterior side of my M/H because I have a couple of places around the conor of my window that is ugly yes due to water damage and I can't afford to have it painted so any ideas I'am all ears I hope you know what I'am trying to say. I have paint equipment and a good airconprusses.Sorry about my spelling I will try and do better!!HELP Pleaseeeeee..
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If You already have the equipment to paint it, just get a high quality paint of your choosing, and paint it, it's just like painting anything else, just on a larger scale, prep is the main issue, after that, spray away..Need to post some updated pics of mine as I am repainting also..
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I have begin sanding & patching little dings in the fiberglass, thinking I am going to go with desert tan/brown look.
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re paint

So I need to sand the whole motor home I am going to repaint. It's 34 ft. long and where can I fine some throw away paint stencil for waves or something to blend in to my two bumps that was caused by water damage, they have a name for the bumps but can't spell it...Thanks BC
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Old 08-31-2012, 04:09 PM   #22
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Most cities have an auto paint supply store, in Mesa AZ we had Space Age and they made sure my motorcycle got repainted every couple months!
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