the easiest way to paint and mask the red white and blue spinner is like this..
1. Paint the baby blue on the tip and let that dry..
2. use a very thin strip of tape and mask where the edge of the blue will meet the white the tape will not be able to lay down flat though - you don't need to just do the one side. I then use parafilm to mask the rest of the blue colored spinner.
3. paint the white color - but remove the mask before it drys (avoids the paint cracking along the mask lines). Then repeat the masking where the edge of the white will meet the red.
Pain in the *** but that's what I do when I have a curved surface that needs to be masked - go from the narrower parts and move backwards.
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