1 Things You Need To Paint; 2 Tennis Racket Painting Steps. 2.1 Step 1: Separation Parts; 2.2 Step 2: Choose the Design; 2.3 Step 3: Sand Down Old Paints; 2.4 Step 4: Scrapping and Discoloring; 2.5 Step 5: Applying the Primer and Spray; 2.6 Step 6: Paint Your Racket; 3 Points That Is to Be Dealt with Care
Spray at least three coats of paint, leaving the racket to dry and sanding away imperfections in between the application of coats. Tips. Patience is the key to a good customized paint job. Make sure you apply several coats of primer and paint and scrape away any imperfections with sandpaper to get the best, even finish. Warnings
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Maintain 1 1/2'-2' distance from the frame and use a sweeping motion across the width of the racket. Take your time. Several light coats will look more even/smooth than if you try to do it all in one or two heavy coats.
Acrylic is one of the most common choices for tennis court paint, partly because it’s durable, dries quickly and can withstand different types of weather from hot sunny days, to heavy downpours. This is also particularly a popular choice for the tennis court lines. However, you need to do your research first, and ideally get some expert advice, because a lot depends on what tennis court surface you have.
Painting a tennis racket is the worst thing you can do if you intend on playing with it. Exposure to sun and sweat makes the paint chip very quickly which gets on your hands and can cause the racket to become unplayable. Your second suggestion is comical. I don't recommend buying a new racket every time you scratch one.
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Custom paint jobs are a great way to give your racquets a personal touch, but if you don’t have the tools or the know-how yourself, you can contact a professional to get the racquets looking exactly the way you want them.