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Neither plastidip nor rustoleum's new flexidip come in a standard green. Pdip has a lime green but I don't want that. I'm also only talking about aerosol cans!! I don't have money or resources to go to a professional.

I have successfully used black pdip to prime eva foam before painting, but I'm going to test it out on the grill bow tie as soon as I buy some green spray paint. Has anyone else done this before?
 

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The only aerosol dip that would work is the green metalizer and I can't find anyone that has used it. I don't have tools for non-aerosol dip.

I have some ideas I need to try out, I just forgot about this post
 

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There is also reusable aerosols. If you can't find the right color you could always go that route. It's just a regular can with a screw off sprayer and a Schrader valve to pressurize it. Something like this.
[ame]http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B009IY6IHS?pc_redir=1409138066&robot_redir=1[/ame]

Then you could make a custom color
 

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There is also reusable aerosols. If you can't find the right color you could always go that route. It's just a regular can with a screw off sprayer and a Schrader valve to pressurize it. Something like this.
16oz Reusable Refillable Multipurpose Aerosol Spray Bottle and Spray Tip Set:Amazon:patio, Lawn & Garden

Then you could make a custom color
x2 sorry. But I looked up what you were talking about. I've never heard of a reusable aerosol can! Maybe that could work
 
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