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    Looking for some buoy paint. The store I usually get it at had three small bottles and all three were bad.

    Where do you get your buoy paint???


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    Roughed up my bouy with some sandpaper and used Krylon to give it a different color.
    Been a couple years and they are still holding the color well.
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    • #3
      Paint pen at a crafts store/wally world.
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      • #4
        I did the same thing, painted over the previous owners writing (I bought the pots with the boat) with a coat of white and then a couple coats of red and its holding strong. I used a sharpie to write my info on the buoy and it lasts about a year before I have to redo it. I would bet if you used the Krylon Fusion (made for plastic) that it would last even longer.
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