Help on projector paint??

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  1. ukscarface

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    Hello. I gave a electric drop down screen and unfortunately the screen is larger than my projected image by a couple of inches so its not quiet touching the black borders... Can I use spray paint on this. Obviously as its going to be rolled up and down and don't want it cracking. Any advice is much appreciated? Thank you
     
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    Hmmm any ideas???
     
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    No one? Don't wanna just go for it and ruin my screen.
     
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    You could test out the black paint (screen printing ink?) on the reverse side to see if it cracks? Screen printing ink should be flexible enough not to crack but depends if it goes black enough...
     
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    Nice idea but really want it to look like a clean finish. Hense wanting to use paint. Think I'm just going to get a few samples and see how I get on
     

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