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How I made my K2 Telephone Box
Author: Les Kenny; Editor: Maree Anderson
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Step 5.2. Some painting
I used a two pot epoxy resin white undercoat paint as that worked for the wood, fiberglass, and the aluminum. The red color was a semi-gloss water paint - BS 539. The black for the base and crown impressions was a gloss water paint, as was the grey for the telephone box floor. I under coated everything once and applied two top coats.
Note: The same safety rules apply to the epoxy resin paint as with the epoxy resin used for the fiberglass.

the base of the telephone kiosk painted black the head of the telephone kiosk painted red

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When the red paint on the head dried, I slopped black paint in (and around) the crown impressions and immediately wiped off the excess with a firm damp sponge.

the crown in the head of the telephone kiosk being painted black the crown in the head of the telephone kiosk painted black

The body of the K2 telephone kiosk painted red The floor of the K2 telephone kiosk painted grey

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