In a well-ventilated area, cover a flat surface with a drop cloth or tarp to protect from overspray.
Before starting, read your Krylon labels for safety, application and dry-time instructions.
Place the tackle box on the drop cloth. Cover any areas you don't want to paint with painter's tape (latches, handle, etc.).
Smooth out any rust buildup with sandpaper (you can also use a wire brush).
Wipe down the surface with a damp, lint-free cloth to remove rust particles or dust. Allow to dry before painting.
Shake your Krylon can for at least 1 minute before spraying.
To achieve the featured look, spray paint the body of the tackle box with Gloss Red Pepper, staying 8-10 inches away to avoid drips. Recoat until you achieve the desired finish, waiting 1 minute between coats.
Let dry for 1 hour before setting up for the second color. Use tape to protect painted areas from overspray.
Paint handle with Matte Wild Honey. Recoat until you achieve the desired finish, waiting 1 minute between coats.
Wait 1 hour for paint to dry before carefully removing tape.
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