For those of you who aren't familiar with the fire service, many if not most, fire departments have a color scheme, usually to denote rank or position, but also sometimes to denote function (Ladder, Engine, Rescue, etc...).
For example at my department we use the following: Some fire department also have a specific color schemes for certain types of trucks.
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Apply one coat of primer, allow it to dry for a little while, then apply another coat. Move masking tape as necessary before flipping the helmet and spraying the topside. If you plan on using a simple color scheme, then use the spray paint of your choice to paint the entire helmet, just like you did with the primer.
For a fancier color scheme, paint the entire helmet the first color and once dry use masking tape to cover up the part of the helmet you want to keep in the first color. For each color, apply 2 coats, allowing each coat to dry before applying the next coat.
In a well ventilated area, spray paint the primer using smooth strokes back and forth, about 6-8 inches away from the material.
I found it best to start by priming the bottom and inside.
Gently rub a little JB Weld into the holes you want to fill.