Would this work?

I have never heard of that product nor seen it done. However I have seen the end result on an older RM tank that was faded from the early '80. Now how well it could hold up I have no clue. I've seen peope use the "Krylon Fusion" plastic spray paint with sub-par results.

I had some of it laying around for the cars...not this specific brand, but it was the popular brand sold at the auto stores. It does not work on fuel tanks. The stuff acts more like a really thin paint . It works really well for the bumpers and things, but it jumps off the surface when gas hits it. I know the ad said this was not paint. The bottle I bought said that as well. Great, for not being paint, it sure acted like it.

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