|Originally Posted by YeuEmMaiMai|
the paint will peel over time. So while it may look ok now it will look like crap in a few years
|Originally Posted by RTracey|
hoops10 - strange coincidence - I just finished painting a tan PB10-ISD black an hour ago. All you need to do is lightly sand the surface with some 320 grit sandpaper (to give the new paint a rough surface to adhere to), then use Krylon black spray paint (glossy will look better). Obviously, make sure you carefully mask off parts you don't want to paint (like the control panel). If you take your time, Krylon is great stuff, because it doesn't run (unless you get carried away) and it dries quickly - 12 minutes, according to the can. However, I would refrain from touching the paint for a few hours because it still needs time to cure completely.
|Originally Posted by hoops10|
Thanks for the advice, but I don't know about taking it apart completly. I don't think that I would be able to put it back together the way it is supposed to be.