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Answered: I have silver vinyl siding that i am so tired of. I would like to paint

Both vinyl and aluminum can be painted. A vinyl spray paint is on the market now but I don't believe it is available in bulk. As for aluminum, aircraft are often painted. The paint products are very expensive. Cost to paint a small private aircraft is in the area of $10,000.00 to 15'000.00. You ...

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Answered: Can I paint over vinyl flooring?

No, you can't. Instead, you can choose a matching tile or sheet. You can read more here: Vinyl Flooring

Answered: Painting anodized Aluminum.

I have painted over anodized aluminum...powdercoat too. Aluminum has to be raw metal in order to anodize.

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How to cut aluminum sheet

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