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Raymond Arlan

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Raymond Arlan

Looking for some advice guys... I just bought a very nicely home-built 6 by 9 stationary fish House. 2 by 2 steel frame Construction, crank Downs, articulating hitch, and spray foamed inside. I'd like to paint the spray foam inside the house, everything I'm hearing is water-based spray paint... Which is very hard to find and expensive ....has anyone had experience painting spray foam with a paintbrush? I just don't want to make a mess...

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delcecchi

Shouldn't the foam be covered with something first?    At the least an "ignition barrier"?   

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sunniewally

Depends just how fussy you are? I used a paint brush to redo the lower half of my zack shack I thought it worked just fine. Used a water based paint.

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leech~~

The reason their saying to use a water base paint is most of the other spray propellants and canned paints are solvent based and can eat the form. 

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leech~~
12 hours ago, leech~~ said:

The reason their saying to use a water base paint is most of the other spray propellants and canned paints are solvent based and can eat the form. 

 

Foam!  dyslexia bast-ard!  😄

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