A metal paint such as Tremclad or Rustoleum is best.
Rusty metal primer and paint.
Any quality exterior paint. Do prime first however. Rustoleum makes a high visibility spray paint that might also be of interest to you. It can be purchased in the paint department of most Home Depots.
Buy a new mailbox or go to the local paint store and by paint that will adhere to plastic.
I would use pinstriping paint, One Shot is a common brand, Sold in most art supply stores
Use a 100% acrylic latex paint over a pre-primed door. If it is bare metal, use a 100% acrylic primer first.
Yes, you can paint a design on a vinyl mailbox/post. The type of paint you would need to use is a latex exterior paint. This is the type of paint you would use on the majority of outside projects.
Spraying the frame of a metal bed is quite tricky. You can use a metal paint primer. Most paint professionals use "Flat paint" as a primer because it mixes with other products. So no worries on the rust preventative enamels and latex enamels.
I don't believe you could use oil paint on your car, because it wouldn't adhere to the metal body panels. I would recommend using automotive paint lasting results, or at least paint intended for use on metal.
I would use a Rustoleum or other paint specifically for metals.
Not a good idea, it will not last. Use a good anti-rust metal paint like Tremclad.
use your hand and brain
Always follow the product use instructions of any paint.
If you want to remove spray paint from metal then use the Valspar.
I've used ordinary gloss paint. Rub down and paint. I would guess any paint that says 'suitable for metal' on the tin will be ok.
What metal is used in paint?
I shoved your head in a mailbox.
To paint galvanized metal you need a special primer. Look in a paint store or home supply store for a primer for galvanized metal. After the primer coat dries you can use any exterior paint.
Verify with your paint store, but I would suggest exterior enamel.
What kind of dried paint? What is under the paint on the ceiling? ....on the metal?
I can't say why, but they do make an Appliance Epoxy spray paint.
Prime first with an anti-rust primer spray, then paint with Tremclad spray.