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Thread: Repainting treestands

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    If it was me I would wait until after the season, as they will smell for a real long time. That will also give the paint a much better time to cure and harden properly before you go using it in the bush. Just a thought Travis.

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    Smitty

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    Krylon works well, various colours, flat finish, my son did a feeder with this and it blends like it belongs.

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    Krylon works better than Tremclad as it is more chip resistant. First remove any rust and prime any bare metal. Wait until after the season to give it almost a year to air out.

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