Re-painting the head/neck on Outlaw decoys

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Re-painting the head/neck on Outlaw decoys

Postby cut_un » Fri Jun 28, 2013 11:25 am

Picked up a few older Outlaw Silo goose decoys, some of the head/neck areasare a bit faded. Wondering if/what kind of flat paint works best for touch up... Don't want to flock them .
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Re: Re-painting the head/neck on Outlaw decoys

Postby pizzaman_288 » Fri Jun 28, 2013 9:48 pm

i would use the krylon or rustoleum in flat black
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Re: Re-painting the head/neck on Outlaw decoys

Postby cut_un » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:56 am

Thanks.... I think that with a good black head/neck they would pop...not too worried about the bodies and the are brown/gray ....May re-pait that white cheek patch too. I think that would help too! Thanks again!
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Re: Re-painting the head/neck on Outlaw decoys

Postby F250 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 5:57 am

I repaint my 100 home made silos every year. It takes me about 25 hours. Black, white and three colors for the body. I have the flat paint mixed at the local paint store. I use a regular brush for some parts, and a sponge/brush for the others. It's always nice to begin the season with sharp looking decoys !!
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