Customs: Brand of paint that can work on softer parts!

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  1. OmarJT82

    OmarJT82 Well-Known Member

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    I noticed something after I did some more repainting for my custom figure with Krylon Indoor/Outdoor Spray Paint a couple of days ago:

    The paint remained almost wet and sticky on the softer, rubbery areas/parts after those days.

    Is there another brand of paint that can dry completely on the softer, rubbery areas/parts?
     
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    I've had a similar problem a long time ago, it came down to two things.
    1) the type of rubber I was painting on & 2) the paint had gone bad. (it can happen)

    I switched to a water based paint for stuff like that & have had no problems (as of yet)
    Granted, I also avoid painting on the softer stuff as well.
     
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    What brand of water based paint did you use?

    By the way, congratulations on being October's Featured Radicon.
     

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