How to find Rainbow Rentals for the Banana Yellow color in Fortnite
Toona Fish Banana Yellow in Fortnite
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How to find Rainbow Rentals for the Banana Yellow color in Fortnite

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Rainbow Rentals is a location in Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 8 that players are required to visit if they want to upgrade Toona Fish. The Battle Pass skin can be unlocked on the first page and players can then begin the upgrading process by either finding Rainbow Ink, to change Toona Fish’s styles, or by finding Color Bottles, which change the skin’s color. Players must visit Rainbow Rentals in Fortnite in order to unlock the Banana Yellow color for Toona Fish.

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However, players must know where Rainbow Rentals is on the new Season 8 map. No need to worry, though, as the location and the Color Bottle spots are found below.

Finding Rainbow Rentals in Fortnite

To find Rainbow Rentals, players must land at Holly Hedges and find a weapon or two. This ensures that an enemy looking for the same Color Bottles doesn’t secure an easy kill. Once players have some gear, they can head southwest to the coastal beach. Rainbow Rentals is located on the far west side of the map, southwest of Holly Hedges.

Fortnite Rainbow Rentals
The location of Rainbow Rentals in Fortnite. | Provided by Epic Games

Finding Banana Yellow Color Bottles

When players arrive at Rainbow Rentals, they can look for the three Color Bottles. These are found at the following locations:

  • On the rocks overlooking the beach under the trees
  • In the middle house
  • On the beach in between some rocks

Once players have found all three of the Color Bottles, they’ll unlock the Banana Yellow color for Toona Fish. They can equip this color in the Locker, under the “Edit” section for Toona Fish.

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