Spray Paint

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Spray Paint
Stacks No
Created With Paint Mixer
Cost 5ml Soy Oil + Coloring (varying), or 1g Iron


Spray Paint allows you to change the color of structures and most items (ex: Handheld Tablet). For how to set colors to electronic displays and the like, see their respective logic parameters and the Data Network Colors.


Use left-click while in active hands to use. Spray Paint starts at 100% and decreases by 4% with each subsequent use. The cans can be used more efficiently if used inside of a Spray Gun. It is possible to paint a whole stack of items (like a cable coil, or pipes, or steel frames) with one use of Spray. When combining stacks the receiving stacks retains its color.

Caution: Using the Spray Paint releases Pollutant. If used inside an aired base or greenhouse it will contaminate the Atmosphere with a small amount of X. i.e. The contents of Spray Paint are toxic, and inhalation can be harmful to your Stationeer's (or plant's) health.

Current colors[edit]

  • Black
  • Blue
  • Brown
  • Green
  • Grey
  • Khaki
  • Orange
  • Pink
  • Purple
  • Red
  • White
  • Yellow


All recipes below require 5ml of Soy Oil in addition to the ingredients listed below.

Black 40g Carbon Powder, 10g Silver Powder
Blue 50g Coloring (Blue)
Brown 20g Coloring (Red), 10g Coloring (Blue), 20g Coloring (Yellow)
Green 50g Coloring (Green)
Grey 20g Silver Powder, 10g Coloring (Red), 10g Coloring (Blue), 10g Coloring (Yellow)
Khaki 10g Coloring (Red), 10g Coloring (Blue), 30g Coloring (Green)
Orange 50g Coloring (Orange)
Pink 30g Coloring (Red), 10g Coloring (Blue), 10g Coloring (Yellow)
Purple 20g Coloring (Red), 30g Coloring (Blue)
Red 50g Coloring (Red)
White 20g Gold Powder, 10g Coloring (Red), 10g Coloring (Blue), 10g Coloring (Yellow)
Yellow 50g Coloring (Yellow)


  • As of 0.2.2581.12315, Spray Paint could be made with 1g Iron at a Tool Manufactory. It seems like a temporary shortcut recipe added (or kept) because the recipes above are too expensive (one must grow 1 flower per painting action).