WANT TO PAIN MY PROPANE TANK TURN IT INTO SOMETHING NEAT A BUG OR FLOWERS SOMETHING DIFFERENT
What a great craft project DPINA57!
Use 220-grit sandpaper to buff off any rust.
Wipe off the sanding dust with a dry terry towel.
Prime the tank with Rust-Oleum Clean Metal Primer.
Once primed, you can finish with craft paint, spray paint, or almost any other coating ... so be as creative as you wish!
Please be safe while executing this project.
If the tank is really rusty, simply take it to Hone Depot and exchange it for a clean, filled tank. I have never gotten a tank from this service that did not look like new.
The large home-size tanks can be an eye-sore. They usually are close to the house and look like a big blimp.
I have a 500 gallon tank that the rounded end faces the street. Through the years, I've planted flowers around it, put a picket fence around it and finally decided to embrace it and flaunt it.... ha ha. I painted it a fleshy pink color and made a pig face on the rounded end. Because I like to change things up, I now have it painted like the Texas flag.
I've seen one with flowers painted on the tank (bluebonnets, specifically....Texas state flower), and another was painted black and white like a spotted cow. It's something you can get creative with and make a bold statement.
Love It 1AcreFarm!
Yes, you did!!!
Making a statement can certainly be fun and personalize your Acre!
Thanks for sharing this great idea!