First team basketball court stencil kit provides an easy way to paint a regulation lane, free throw line and circle on any cement or blacktop surface. Stencil can be used for DASHED or SOLID line and includes a 3-point line.
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- Basketball Court Stencil Kit
- Provides an easy way to paint a regulation lane, free throw line and circle on any cement or blacktop surface
- Stencil can be used for DASHED or SOLID line.
- Includes 3-point line
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J. ROSALES (Texas) on June 15, 2011
It?s a great product, good price, I?m pretty satisfied, will be great to have deals whith you again. Thanks
B. JOHNSON (Indiana) on August 23, 2014
Not real impressed this kit would fall into the economy version... Paper was too thin. It was folded up into 6 sections so when u unfolded it you could never stretch it tight enough to get everything straight and lined up. It definitely takes 2 people also wind is an issue because of the paper only being a little thicker than heavy duty christmas wrapping paper. It was easy to tear and not stay in place so that it could be taped down. I basically usued the stencil to act as a guide for the circle then basically with a straight 2x6 , tape measure and square and sharpie.I was able to draw out all the lines then I was able to tape each side of the line with 11/2"masking tape (I used high quality frog tape).I suggest only taping a bout a fourth of the court lines then using a 2"foam type roller and small paint tray, paint what you have taped off using indoor outdoor latex paint . This dries fast so you should be able to put 3 coats of paint one right after to other. Then put your paint tray brush and roller in plastic grocery bags so you dont have to clean yet. Now go and pull up all of your tape. dont let It sit for very long. So you are now a 1/4 the way done..Now go and tape another fourth of the court and repeat the process.suggestion:where lines over lap. (Top key-three pt line..circle- free throw line And lane) Plan it out where you dont have to overlap tape. ie paint the three pt line then do to top of key. suggestion: when measuring curves (three pt line and circle) find your center points. Center of cylinder .free throw line andmeasure out In 1" increments. Example:from center of cylinder measure out 19'9"with a sharpie make a dot and another dot at 19'7" this gives you a 2" line. Now keep centered at cylinder and move tape measure left or right 1"at a time making 2 dots .now you should have a dotted outline so take sharpie and connect the dots. Make sure when measuring one end of tape measure is on center point and tape measure is running straight to y