I know it has been asked before on multiple sites. (i googled the question) But no one seems to really know.
TOO MANY PEOPLE CHIME IN THAT DON'T KNOW, BUT FEEL THEY CAN ANSWER ANYWAY, with answers like: i think it is acrylic enamal, i think it is Sinclair, i think it must be oil based, etc. etc. (not helpfull) Don't need to know that Home Depot has Disney colors, etc.
1. Brand, such as Sherwin-Willliams, Dupont, etc.
2. Type, oil-based, epoxy, automotive, marine, etc.
3. Name, such as Imron, dulux, etc.
4. And any sub-type of product that it might be, such as a special blend of marine paint or automotive paint, etc.
I would really love to hear from someone who knows what it is EXACTLY and where to get it! No guesses please. I have a backyard building that I built, and one side of it is designed like a couple of the buildings on Main Street. The Hotel Marceline and the Nestle Ice Cream (they stradle the lockers just off Main Street. I have painted it twice and the wood trim degrades so fast its not even funny. I figure it would be a better idea to use whatever type of paint Disneyland uses and it would probably hold up for years. Even if it is expensive it would be better than painting every summer.
Thanks for your help in advance!