Has anyone thought about painting an Argosy with 100% acrylic latex paint?
I have learned that old aluminum siding can be done this way. I found this: "(Acrylic latex) expands and contracts with the metal substrate while maintaining its adhesion and avoiding the cracking and alligatoring seen with lower quality paints. It produces a durable, fade-resisitent finish that can last for a decade or more."
If such a process is acceptable for the housing market, why wouldn't it work on an Argosy or any other aluminum trailer?
The benefit of using this type of paint is that it cleans up with water and anyone having the ability to spray paint could do it without worrying about the environment as automobile refinishers do with their oil based products.