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Old 05-30-2016, 07:33 AM  
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anything you put on the slide, them little butts will rub off


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I agree with most of these post's, although i may not be as experienced i can say that paint is just going to rub off too easily with kids sliding down the slide


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Ancient history I know but here's a thought on plastic things like slides ect. In the long run paint just isn't going to stay and you will end up with the worst thing you have now by far. TheColor is normally cast throughout the item is not much you can do with it and Krylon it's just gonna smear Nd crack eventually. Probably sooner more than later.
Your best bet. And it's not gonna look wonderful is some of that plastic restores like Armer all . They usually bring up some of the luster from the faded pieceand in the bargain give you a lot of protection against the sun. And it was the sun that ruined it in the first place. Good news with those slides that in spite of their feeding they seem to last foreverGood news with those slides that in spite of their feeding they seem to last forever


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