Where To Use Reflective Spray Paint

Where To Use Reflective Spray Paint

Sarah Rae Smith
May 20, 2009

Yesterday over at Ohdeedoh we shared some great kid-friendly uses for this reflective spray paint, but after more consideration we think there's a few more places it could be put to use other than on your big wheels and strollers. Here where we think it could be handy and chime in with your best use for it , after the jump.

We've lived in many a house where the pizza delivery guy couldn't figure out which house was ours (before we learned how to make killer pizza at home). Making our house numbers or mailbox a bit more reflective could have helped them out! It does say on Rustoleum's website that it's able to be used on metal, wood, plastic, concrete or masonrys, so your curb might be an option, but we haven't seen the results of this application yet!

We also think it could be a great thing to add to your bikes, lawn mowers or anything else that might be used as the sun is setting. Spraying a coat onto your favorite shovel or pair of shears might help locate them on those long days where you try to spend every moment you can working on your outdoor spaces. We've had to leave many a gardening tool outside over night after having set it down and not being able to find it until morning!

How would you put a can of this to use? Leave us a comment and let us know!

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