where to buy black paint?

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  • TNRabbitTNRabbit Posts: 2,220
    edited October 2010
    The OPs last post was Apr 2006...
  • Toolfan66Toolfan66 Posts: 13,023
    edited October 2010
    Everything is black at night with the lights out..
  • inspiredsportsinspiredsports Posts: 5,442
    edited October 2010
    Everything is black at night with the lights out..

    oops . . . deleted . . . something about all pink . . .
  • KnuckleheadKnucklehead Posts: 3,614
    edited October 2010
    is flat black different from mountainous black?
  • lumpylumpy Posts: 113
    edited October 2010
    I just want to let everyone know that I have tried all of your black paint suggestions for my wood and nothing seems to help. Sanding between coats was a real pain as well.

    May this thread live forever
  • madmaxmadmax Posts: 12,438
    edited November 2010
    Woohoo, I love this thread!
  • ysssysss Posts: 213
    edited November 2010
    I gotta say something
  • inspiredsportsinspiredsports Posts: 5,442
    edited November 2010
    I prefer the blackness of my systems noise background to what you find at the home center :biggrin:
  • madmaxmadmax Posts: 12,438
    edited December 2010
    Believe it or not I am actually in the market for some black paint this week for concrete footers to place some speakers on. Anyone know who makes black concrete footer paint in a textured flat finish??
  • KnuckleheadKnucklehead Posts: 3,614
    edited December 2010
    I know Drylock makes a good concrete paint, not sure if its textured. I cant believe this thread is still around. :biggrin:
  • hancarbonitehancarbonite Posts: 4
    edited January 2011
    I think he’s completely clueless about diy? Black paint and what’s it going to be used for indoors/outdoors is it for paint loudspeaker enclosures or decorating the living room for the home theater walls?
  • michael_wmichael_w Posts: 2,914
    edited January 2011
    I'm thinking that since this person has 9 posts and joined six years ago they're not really reading this anymore...
  • michael_wmichael_w Posts: 2,914
    edited January 2011
    Well done mods. Was taking a while since I had to wait 60 seconds between posts. Thanks for the quick ban ;)
  • RicardoRicardo Posts: 10,464
    edited January 2011
    Even spammers bump this thread.
  • KnuckleheadKnucklehead Posts: 3,614
    edited January 2011
    Talk to me ?!?!

    dibs
  • halo71halo71 Posts: 4,380
    edited January 2011
    New here from Talahasee!!!

    No you are not. If you were you would know how to spell Tallahassee correctly!
    I am sure you will be banned as soon as a mod comes by. So see ya later! :rolleyes:
  • dcmeigsdcmeigs Posts: 668
    edited January 2011
    Oven/BBQ black paint from Lowes... it has a higher temperature rating than engine enamel and stays on better. Oh, and it's cheaper.

    What's that? You don't care about performance? You only care about looks? You only want brand name black paint?

    OK... I think there is some black paint called "Monster Black," or you might try its competitor, BOSEBlac.

    Hey that pretty funny. This guy is no troll. Welcome to the Polk forum my friend.
  • ben62670ben62670 Posts: 16,077
    edited January 2011
    Ya know I was thinking of this thread last night. Figures another spammer bumps it.
    Reported
  • JimAckleyJimAckley Posts: 1,148
    edited January 2011
    bump :)
  • mdaudioguymdaudioguy Posts: 3,899
    edited March 2011
    User Pridayadutt reported...
  • BaggedLancerBaggedLancer Posts: 6,419
    edited March 2011
    Try your local sandwich shop.
  • TECHNOKIDTECHNOKID Posts: 4,323
    edited March 2011
    Try your local sandwich shop.

    U think the SS has the proper BP to refresh my BH? However, I hope the BP will not obstruct my BH :confused:
  • JimAckleyJimAckley Posts: 1,148
    edited April 2011
    I wonder if he ever found the paint...
  • disneyjoe7disneyjoe7 Posts: 11,520
    edited April 2011
    HeHe :smile:
  • mrbigbluelightmrbigbluelight Posts: 7,033
    edited May 2011
    Happened to wander over to the car section to see what you peoples do over here and ...... well .......

    Buddy of mine told me of a paint that must be pretty special; it's a black magic paint. Only available over in England from what I gather.

    Black magic paint.jpg


    http://www.idealworld.tv/Black_Magic_Paint_-_2.5_Litre_Tin_@bCovers_approx_28_Square_Metres@c_156102.aspx

    Kind of expensive, though. ?38.99 for a 2.5 liter can.
    That works out to ....... oh ...... $647.84 a gallon I think.

    From what I understand, the can is made of tin, the only metal known capable of holding the magical properties of this paint.

    This may be what the OP was looking for ?
  • JimAckleyJimAckley Posts: 1,148
    edited September 2011
    Tri-annual bump.

    I think that's what the OP wanted
  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 8,964
    edited February 2012
    No, dumb ****. The question is where to buy black paint. Not where to rent Asian Escorts. Duh!
  • Toolfan66Toolfan66 Posts: 13,023
    edited February 2012
    BlueFox wrote: »
    No, dumb ****. The question is where to buy black paint. Not where to rent Asian Escorts. Duh!

    I would rather have the Asian Escorts..:redface:
  • jarittajaritta Posts: 277
    edited February 2012
    Best thread ever.
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    edited February 2012
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