Should I use spray paint or actual paint to re paint some lines in a parking area separating the bays on the concrete ground?
Can I just make a stencil and then spray pant from a can on concrete. The rectangle needing repainting is approx. 50 cms long by 10 cms wide.
- maps3333Lv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
sure use a stencil made out of foam or styofoam and spray paint it but using a brush might take less time.
- Anonymous5 months ago
You probably have no idea to use "parking lot" paint!
- STEVEN FLv 75 months ago
Spray paint IS real paint. MOST paint isn't designed for concrete, especially concrete exposed to weather. What you need to do is get concrete paint.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 76 months ago
it's worth trying. just don't expect it to last terribly long.
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- geraldLv 76 months ago
its special paint its heat mixed and laid thick by road workers and still wears quickly as you can see you don't want it transporting around town using the wrong stuff do you ask the local authority
- babyboomer1001Lv 76 months ago
That is City property. Don't touch it. The City will get to it when they are ready.Source(s): Certified Paralegal, with 25+ years' experience.
- Captain LemmyLv 76 months ago
If these lines are going to experience foot or car traffic over them then you need special paint that can withstand it.
- Anonymous6 months ago
You can buy aerosol cans of line marking paint which will work. Or you can use an exterior masonry paint. The aerosol paint will dry quicker.