The 8 Best Camouflage Paints
This wiki has been updated 7 times since it was first published in February of 2019. Get ready to get concealed. It doesn't matter what you want to cover, whether gun, boat, model tank, and more, we've found the camouflage paints that you need in order to make it happen. These include super-easy-to-use aerosols as well as traditional brush-on types, so the method of application should work for most projects. We've also selected the colors that'll blend in various environments. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
February 20, 2019:
We selected several types of paints, including those that work for boats, guns, tree stands, and other hunting supplies, as well as paint sets for model builders, who may even be working on the same types of items but in miniature. In the first case, top choices include the Krylon Aerosol 11 Ounce spray and the Rust-Oleum Specialty 6 Pack; although we positioned one over the other, the choice is largely subjective as they're both made to high quality standards. Many also love the Aervoe colors, but they tend to be more expensive, so this may be best reserved for those times when color-matching to military standards is crucial. In the case of model paints, we added selections from Testors and Acrylicos Vallejo, both of which are popular manufacturers. Some argue that the Testors Camo set lacks true green camo, though, so if that's important to you, the latter may be the way to go.