My plastic green mailbox has faded on the top really bad ?
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You can paint your plastic mailbox with a spray paint that is made for plastic. It does last for a couple of years before it fades.
there are spray paints formulated for plastic. krylon, rustolium are 2 well known brands. clean the mail box well, let dry . the trick is to use light layers, letting the paint completely dry between coats.
Cheryl, get a spray paint that's made for plastic. Just in case you want to jazz up your mailbox, here's some videos for you to have fun with!
You should check out a product called Polytrol by Owatrol USA. It's a color restorer which works on many different surfaces including plastics, gelcoats, fiberglass, tiles, painted or varnished surfaces, stone, tiles, bricks, metal & more. https://www.owatrolusa.com/product/polytrol/
See the before and after pictures on a metal mailbox, you will get similar results on plastic :)