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Old 09-07-2009, 11:10 PM   #1
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Tank touch-up

Well I am pretty sure my tank has a wood frame or something like one. Looks like it was painted black (which I love) at one point and its chipping off in spots where it has been bumped or scratched. Is there a safe way to bring it back to black??? Thanks!
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You are just painting the outside? Pretty much anything will be safe once cured. However, for a long lasting job, some of the marine epoxy paints or a spar finish would be best around water.
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ya just the outside framework. So anything brush on im guessing,
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