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I have some snow goose floaters that have been beat up and need soem re-paint. Some are the foam floaters that I think were made by higdon and some others are just plastics. My question is for painting snow goose decoys, especially on the foam floaters, do i want to use brush on paint or spray paint. The foamers seem to flake really easily. Not sure if i should sand paper them, then do a coat of that spray on truck bed liner, then use a spray paint primer white, then main coat spray paint white.
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scuff them with a scotchbrite pad, clean with alcohol and paint i like spray painting better because is allows thinner coat, which you'll find will last longer
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Have you thought of burlaping the foamers???
that would add alot of strength to the decoy, and give you a much better surface to paint on.
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