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28/11/2012 at 14:54
sotongeoff wrote (see)

perrobonito

gracias, se llama Pepa, es un mastín

http://imagensubir.infojardin.com/subidas/images/viu1259438912o.JPG

 

28/11/2012 at 15:10

¿Cómo encontraste este foro?-Y este tema

28/11/2012 at 15:58

Sorry, no Spanish. Wonderful planters - what have they been coated with to make them smooth and which paint was used? This is a really inspriational thread.

Well done gardengirl...I really think I would like to have go and your tips will certainly help.

28/11/2012 at 16:29

Hello Daintiness

Yeah I do not speak Spanish, I was looking it up on the computer something like enamel exterior (painting of ships) I guess that is what makes them shiny Look good though.

Don't know if that paint is water based probably expensive to get hold of?

Well that good more people inspired by the tyre planters

28/11/2012 at 16:34

I came to this forum through Google Images.

the soft is because what you see inside the tire, they are turned

I use enamel paint exterior (paint boats)

 have made ??????over a hundred different tires, if you want to see some step by step, I look at my blog

 

gracias 

28/11/2012 at 16:41

Gardengirl:

Boat paint is cheap because once it is already well covered

other outer enamel paints require paint twice

the advantage of painting boat is its duration, many years as the first day

28/11/2012 at 16:53

Hi Lidia Cabanella

Thanks for that - thats good to know you only need to paint once, would be a pain to keep painting to keep them looking good.

Where do you buy the paint?  Is it sold in boat shops?

Does it come in all different colours like yellow, is the paint shiny because it is for the outer surface of a boat?

Is that ok to paint on rubber it does not melt the tyre?  The only thing suggest to me from a paint company was masonry paint which is water based and which they do not come in many colours so not great.

28/11/2012 at 17:01

Gardengirl-look for marine paint-it is not cheap

28/11/2012 at 17:05

Oh I'm sooo glad I joined GW forums.

These are great Gardengirl, well done for not giving up think I'dve rolled the damn thing away before now but they look great.

Lidia Cabanella's are beautiful too.

Have you decided on the colours yet although they look great washed black and the plant will set them off beautifully.

Any ideas what your going to plant up in them yet?

Please keep us posted with piccys  

28/11/2012 at 17:09

la pintrua de barcos tiene pocos colores, pero yo los mezclo entre si y consigo muchos más

un bote de pintura son 9 euros y tienes para pintar 8 neumáticos

se compran en tiendas especializadas de pinturas

http://imagensubir.infojardin.com/subiendo/images/opt1260228988h.JPG

 por ejemplo, no existe el rosa y para hacer el cerdo mezclé rojo y blanco

sirve para pintar el caucho, las llantas y los tapacubos de plástico

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-IiT2cFgwWx0/TxAIbq1RtbI/AAAAAAAAEIk/WMF8qlo5s7Q/s400/HPIM5920.JPG

 

28/11/2012 at 17:12

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-w-AELRmnhuM/TwjS2i4KVKI/AAAAAAAAEIE/GAibmugPqJg/s400/buho2.JPG

 

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-awuv7Zug6E4/TwjSZdGo7hI/AAAAAAAAEH4/AfTuUcpQfE0/s400/HPIM5860.JPG

 

28/11/2012 at 17:15

los neumáticos que no se pintan, se acaban poniendo de un color blanco gris

no mantienen el negro

28/11/2012 at 17:16
Lidia Cabanella wrote (see)

la pintrua de barcos tiene pocos colores, pero yo los mezclo entre si y consigo muchos más

un bote de pintura son 9 euros y tienes para pintar 8 neumáticos

se compran en tiendas especializadas de pinturas

http://imagensubir.infojardin.com/subiendo/images/opt1260228988h.JPG

 por ejemplo, no existe el rosa y para hacer el cerdo mezclé rojo y blanco

sirve para pintar el caucho, las llantas y los tapacubos de plástico

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-IiT2cFgwWx0/TxAIbq1RtbI/AAAAAAAAEIk/WMF8qlo5s7Q/s400/HPIM5920.JPG

 

Translates as~~~~~~~~~~~~

the boat pintrua has few colors, but I mix them with each other and with it many more

a paint are 9 euros and have to paint 8 tires

purchased in paint shops

http://imagensubir.infojardin.com/subiendo/images/opt1260228988h.JPG

  for example, there is no pink to red and the white pig mixed

serves to paint the rubber tires and plastic hubcaps

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-IiT2cFgwWx0/TxAIbq1RtbI/AAAAAAAAEIk/WMF8qlo5s7Q/s400/HPIM5920.JPG

28/11/2012 at 17:17
Lidia Cabanella wrote (see)

los neumáticos que no se pintan, se acaban poniendo de un color blanco gris

no mantienen el negro

Tyre not painted, putting just a gray white

do not keep the black

28/11/2012 at 17:20

Ola Lidia Cabanella

que son preciosas! ¿Te pintar el interior también?

28/11/2012 at 17:24

Does that mean the rubber tyre fades?

I see what you mean sotongeoff some paint on Internet companies are bit expensive to buy.

What a amazing planter with the owl on. well done on that planter.

28/11/2012 at 17:25

Hi Gardengirl

Not sure if this is any good or if they have colours but I found this

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Plastidip-Plastic-Rubber-Paint-400ml/dp/B000LNOOEO

Or maybe what the grafitti artists use Montana or Krylon may work and they have a full range of colours.

28/11/2012 at 17:35

Just had a thought Gardengirl-why not wander down to Hamble boat yard and you might find some tins with dribbles in the bottom-enough to paint a tyre

Or you could ask if they will throw them your way for free-we all have tins of paint with an inch of paint in them that we never use- they could be the same

28/11/2012 at 17:36

The inside of the tyre ends up being the outside as they have been turned inside out.

Not sure about spraying the tyres but I will think about that thanks.

28/11/2012 at 18:21

muchas gracias Sotongeoff por la traducción 

asilvert wrote (see)

Ola Lidia Cabanella

que son preciosas!¿Tepintar el interiortambién?

 

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no, sólo un poco, lo que se ve

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-uWX0cw0LeQE/TqUX8SImU-I/AAAAAAAAD8g/15qNJ70MCUw/s400/HPIM5252.JPG

 

 

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-EsvjS2hsCyI/TqUX7rUUM_I/AAAAAAAAD8I/gtdA5U3jR5o/s400/HPIM5250.JPG

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-NVVdwdTuYjI/TqUX78rXOxI/AAAAAAAAD8U/lTGi_okLkQQ/s400/HPIM5251.JPG

 

 



 

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