I have been waiting for over a year to paint the oil tank at the back of the house because I wanted to use my paint sprayer.
I had brushed on some color a while ago and decided a sprayed on finish would ultimately look and wear better.
So last Saturday morning, bright and early, I started the project. First I washed and scrubbed the tank itself with enzyme cleaner.
While it was drying I trudged upstairs and downstairs more than once for the supplies. As with every project it took me 2 hours to assemble all the various parts of the paint sprayer, the paint, and other items necessary to paint the tank.
Thankfully the paint sprayer worked on the first try. I gave the metal oil tank lots of light coats including the unpainted, hard-to-reach shingles behind the tank.
While the tank is still visible it does blend in better with the back of the house.
What’s your camouflage challenge?