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on the inside of my hunting blind there are spots everywhere were the ligh shines thru but they are not holes, its like the blac

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  • on the inside of my hunting blind there are spots everywhere were the ligh shines thru but they are not holes, its like the blac

    on the inside of my hunting blind there are spots everywhere were the ligh shines thru but they are not holes, its like the black paint on the inside is wearing off. how do i fix that? i think if i painted over it, it would come off when it blind is being set up. btw, i used my blind today as a portable icehouse, works fine, but i had to tie it off to weights and a toboggan with snow on it, to keep it on the lake

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    There is a Rubber Base Paint used for inside Tents
    to keep them dry in green or black Can be fount at most ACE stores Bass Pro,Gander Mt..Good Luck

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    • #3
      I guess if it was me, I wouldn't even worry about it. One of my blinds has that same problem, but if you look at it from the outside you can't tell any difference. I don't think it'll affect it's performance at all.

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      • #4
        I agree with huntfishtrap. As long as it is not effecting your ability to see out of the blind I wouldnt worry about it.

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        • #5
          camo tape

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          • #6
            One thing i just thought of would be clothing patches. You have to iron them on(I think it would work on a blind as well?

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