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    Default coro color question

    I have built a few coro props using white coroplast but I have noticed that some of the sold ones are black. Are there advantages/disadvantages of white over black or vice versa??

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    Default Re: coro color question

    None. The coro has some added ingredients to make them a little more UV stable but any coro will get brittle after to much time in the sun. Been using it for 30+ years in the sign industry it is what it is.

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    Thinking about painting some coro snowflakes the same color as the house. Is painting it an ok good idea?
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    Default Re: coro color question

    You will have to use the spray paint made for plastic and it will help extend the life of the coro.

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    I've noticed that the white kind of makes the lights have an aura or more of a larger glow than the black.

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    Default Re: coro color question

    Agreed, a gloss will "glow" and reflect light more then a matte. I've always used Black matte for my screw cover-ups.

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