Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jul 21, 2005 15:22:27 GMT -6
These are a few of tips that I had found online:
1) Plastidip used to coat tool handles. I think Rustoleum makes a similar product that doesn't go on as thick. Comes in red, yellow and black and can be found at some hardware stores (ie. Home Depot or Lowes).
2) Electrical tape and red tape and wrap it only once in one spot. Lasts a long time and easy to replace if necessary.
3) Paint the edges of the hole with auto touch up paint. Since these surfaces don't really touch anything when thrown, the paint should stay on for a long time.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Aug 13, 2007 16:20:03 GMT -6
I haven't done the plasti dip on washers, but have on tools. It's good stuff and should work nicely on washers, but may give some bounce in the box if the rubber coat is too thick. I do think though that you need to dip the entire washer and not just one side for it to not peel off. I would use very fine fishing line to dip and then hang it from until dry. Let me know if you try it out. I'd love to hear how it worked and to see some pictures too if able.