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What can you use to paint a concrete bird bath bowl?

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Answered 2006-09-17 16:39:55

Go to a paint store and get a concrete sealer. This is a paint that will seal the concrete so you can paint without all you paint being absorbed into the concrete. Then paint it on and let it dry. Next paint the color you have decided to paint the bird bath.

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Water based paint

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