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Old 06-10-2014, 11:19 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by gbaglo View Post
Tis true.
The can spitting blobs and leaking. Krylon sent me replacements, but didn't explain what the problem was or how to avoid it.

Try placing can in warmed water -- say hot tap water and then cool if excessive -- to make the paint spray finer. Sometimes I leave can in hot sun for a bit( 30-40 minutes) instead.

Be safe. Use common sense when heating can contents so as not to cause rupture.

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Old 06-11-2014, 04:16 PM   #32
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Location: Bandon, Oregon
Trailer: 2015 17B "Acorn" Towed by 2007 Silverado Duramax
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Propane tank cover

Hi Everyone. I am a a new member and future owner of a 17B. Just ordered my trailer and it will be finished in January. I just sold a 21' Bigfoot. I am downsizing to a smaller trailer that can be towed by my SUV. The Bigfoot propane cover was nice. It was made of fiberglass, had a hinged top for accessing the bottles and batteries and it was fairly light. I agree, it would be nice for Escape to fashion a cover even if it was an option. Much classier looking, especially on a high end trailer like an Escape.

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