Painting Rubber ?

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Have you tried and it doesn't work?
Short of any real knowledge, I would try a layer of PVA and then try painting that.
MBQ
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Man at B&Q
Any paint that you don't want to stick will stick, and whatever you do want will fall off. So accidentally spill some wrong colour on the rubber and leave it at that.
:-)
Chances are, though, if this a purely scenic item that won't be handled, almost anything will do. As someone else wrote, you could "undercoat" the item with dilute PVA glue first (and let it dry!). You could also put some water-soluble base colour in the glue.
PhilD
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phildeaves
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cheers, Simon
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simon

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