Spray Paint with Bug Repellent Additive

If you’ve ever spray painted outside in the summer, you know that bugs tend to find the wet paint and embed themselves in it, just to piss you off. You pick them out, and then you end up with a marred spot that requires repainting. I don’t know if it’s the paint fumes that draws the bugs, or if bugs just land on EVERY surface ALL the time, and we only notice when there’s something sticky there to trap them. Either way, why don’t they make a special outdoor spray paint with a bug repellent additive that would evaporate out as the paint dried, or at least dry into the paint without adversely affecting the final product?

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