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Painting the white parts of a Golf bag

CarlosSirias

I have a StandBag 14 way divider Navy/White/Blue best bag ever... but white part started turning yellow (sun maybe) I tried everything from oxyclean to dawn dish wash... I love my bag... can I paint the white parts some other color?

I'm thinking red...

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17 Replies

  1. jwarren

    not sure how well it would work on the material of the golf bag, but this seems to work on upholstery..

    www.11magnolialane.com/.../
  2. Joshua B

    They do make fabric and shoe paint...have to seal it though and is very hard to do.
  3. Brian D

    That seems like a big undertaking...not sure I would take a crack at painting a golf bag. It would be terrible if the paint runs at some point during a wet round and all of a sudden your RED too.....

    Good luck with some arts and crafts
  4. Chuck Z

    CarlosSirias

    I have a StandBag 14 way divider Navy/White/Blue best bag ever... but white part started turning yellow (sun maybe) I tried everything from oxyclean to dawn dish wash... I love my bag... can I paint the white parts some other color?

    I'm thinking red...

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    I spoke with Tyler in customer service and suggest you give them a call at 1-800-225-8500 and ask for "stock bags customer service". Painting the bag would not be a recommended option. Cheers, Chuck...........
  5. Dave N

    Have you tried a "Magic Eraser" from Mr. Clean ?
  6. BHylton

    Check out these guys

    Have used their Aerospace 303 protectant on my kayak and outdoor on my car and was absolutely amazed with that product

    www.goldeagle.com/products

    They do make a fabric cleaner a fabric protectant and a fabric guard

  7. Doug E

    Most paints will crack within a round or two on any flexible surface, such as a bag (though there are some paints available on the market for flexible surfaces). Red is the worst color for sun exposure. The effort to paint will not be worth the reward. I wouldn't attempt it. My 2 cents.
  8. Kevin B

    You may find that if you take it to a good reputable dry cleaners, depending on where you live, that also can clean luggage, that they can help you out if customer service is unable to. Just another thought for you to consider! Good luck.
  9. Robert L

    Bags are meant to get dirty... wear it like a badge of honor.
  10. richard f

    I've got yellow stains on my white bits aswell on my bag , I've just left them as they seem
    To just be part of general wear and tear and ageing
  11. John O

    Dave N

    Have you tried a "Magic Eraser" from Mr. Clean ?

    This might work and they're cheap. They're pretty amazing. I think that painting the bag wouldn't work very well. Have you tried contacting Titleist customer service?
  12. Dave N

    Carlos, what did you figure out?
  13. Bruce S

    I have a Scotty Cameron bag that I repainted the embroidery and it came out great and I did it several years ago and still looks the same. The paint is special and was formulated by a members wife on TCC. You can paint leather, embroidery, Carbon headcovers, golf bags.
  14. CarlosSirias

    I did it did not worked but worked on my old cally bag...
  15. CarlosSirias

    Nothing yet...'might just leave it like that then give it away to someone
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