Paint for a vintage Waring Blendor


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Old 11-08-14, 05:56 PM
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Paint for a vintage Waring Blendor

I have an old (1950s) Waring "Blendor" model 700B that still works like a champ. It has a white base (the round "bullet"-shape) and a cloverleaf canister with no handle. The paint has chipped over the years and I'd like to freshen it up. What kind of paint can I use that will be durable and look like it's always been there?
 
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Old 11-09-14, 03:48 AM
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It's doubtful any paint you apply will be as durable as the factory finish Proper prep is the key to getting a nice looking paint job. You'll need to either fill the chips or sand them out before apply primer and finish paint. While it's best to sand out the chips an auto glazing spot putty will do a good job of filling them.
 
 

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