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Answered: What type of painting does Fernando botero paint?

Fernando botero painting was fat unrealistic people as you can see from most of his paintings. View his paintings on this site: http://www.artisoo.com/shop-by-artist-fernando-botero-c-66_156_172.html

Answered: Painting anodized Aluminum.

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

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 ...

Answered: How to Paint Aluminum Extrusions?

Actually, aluminum that is to be permenently colored and protected rom the elements is usually anodized. Aluminum can also be powder coated, polished, and plated. Auminum can also be Parkerized if you want a flat black finish.

Answered: How to heat treat 356 Aluminum castings

Aluminum 356 casting is not hard anodize. If you are using aluminum rack, fully stripping after each anodizing operation is important. Otherwise you cannot get good contact.
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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

What type of art paint can be painted over oil enamal paint?

If you need it for temporary changes water color is fine, or else for long time effect once can use acrylic color also. It all depends on your requirement. Now-a-days many types of paint and colors are available according to customer requirement.

How to cut aluminum sheet

It all depends on the gauge of the metal... if its thin enough tin shears with a steady hand will work fine... if its thin use blades with more teeth... if its very thick use blades with less teeth.