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PostSubject: Humbrol Enamel Piants:   Humbrol Enamel Piants: EmptyWed Jul 10 2013, 17:36

Designed originally for brush painting use.

The most popular range of Enamels Paints and carried by every Hobby Shop, or generic Toy Stores, these paints have been around for decades and even thought he labels change from time to time, the original formula was changed in the late '90's as, they contained lead in their pigments, but due to the large number of fine detail airbrushes, the formula was changed to be more user friendly.
These are still the most common brush application enamel range. These colours are generic and only a limited few are true to the BS or FS formula.

Airbrushing mix ratio: 2 parts paint + 1 part thinner

Humbrol Enamel Piants: Pbucket

NOTE:- The older and the New Labels.
These paints require a specialist type of Thinner.

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