I have a pale oaky color on a tank trim, it is a Jebo New R375, (35+G) and I really like the tank otherwise, good shape and has a matching stand, which is a maple color, maybe will be the next project.
I hate to mess up the tank with a crappy cheeseball job on this so anyone have good details about painting the trim? I read lots of reviews about Krylon Fusion paint in a spray can. I am pretty good with spray paint.
Was wondering about any one's actual experience and lessons learned and advice to be offered.
It seems this trim is a bit shinier, I would say glossy, and smoother than the average tank trim of a standard rectangle tank. So I would imagine some fine sanding would be advised, and a clean base to work from. So suggestions for grit Numbers and cleaning substances?
Also I was wondering if I should try to find a free 10G oak trim tank first to get the hang of it, lol?
Here are a couple basic pics