Started by British Victory, October 27, 2018, 12:27:52 pm
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Quote from: British Victory on October 28, 2018, 15:12:17 pmXylene is like rocking horse sh1t round here, besides which it really does my head in, I must be allergic to it. The cheapo halfords cellulose thinners will do for me, I only need a couple of egg cups full, one to thin the paints and a some to clean the airbrush. At 4.99 for 250 ml it's more bloody expensive than gin though.
Quote from: British Victory on October 27, 2018, 15:10:54 pmThanks for that, I was at the local model shop this am and he thought that wasn't a good idea as the paint isn't petroleum based. I started googling, then remembered that solarlac is almost identical and is cellulose based so maybe I'll try a little white spirit and a little cellulose thinners (not simultaneously) to see which is the better.TBH, my planes don't normally last long enough to worry about the longevity of a painted finish it's just that I'm building 4 wot 4 fuselages to go with the wings and tail feathers from previous crashes and I want to use nylon to reinforce the strength of the glue joints.Thanks for the input, really appreciate it.
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