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Topic: Painting Leatherette
Message: Posted by: Lou Hilario (Jan 8, 2008 09:29PM)
Most of my cases are covered with black leatherette. I used to buy spray paint that was called vinyl paint. It was good and my cases shined and looked new. Now, I can't find them anymore.
What kind of paint can be a substitute for it?
Message: Posted by: Michael Baker (Jan 8, 2008 10:38PM)
Assuming leatherette is also known as naugahyde, or vinyl, [url=http://www.krylon.com/main/product_template.cfm?levelid=5&sub_levelid=10&productid=1751&content=product_details]Krylon Fusion[/url] may be what you need.

Here is more [url=http://case-mods.linear1.org/im-high-on-vinyl-dye/]info[/url] on a different product.
Message: Posted by: wa-na-be (Jan 9, 2008 05:46AM)
Michael is absolutely right, and Krylon Fusion is excellent for what you want. I would check to see how long it has been on the shelf though, it does seem to go bad with age.

Message: Posted by: Michael Baker (Jan 9, 2008 08:07AM)
I did not know about the shelf life, but I'm glad to learn. Thanks!
Message: Posted by: raywitko (Jan 11, 2008 11:01PM)
Seems to me I saw vinyl paint in an auto parts store. I think it was auto zone.