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PostSubject: Tamiya Acrylic Paints:   Thu Jul 11 2013, 00:17

These are not true Acrylic Paints, these are Lacquer Based and carry a class 3 warning on their labels, {I show both the old 23ml bottle to the new 10ml bottle}, even though these are designed for airbrushing use they can be also be applied by hand painting, but these paints require a specialist Thinner, either as there own brand, or from the local hardware such as Acalac20, as an emergency measure these paints can be successfully mixed with WINDEX for airbrushing.
These paints are generic colours and do not follow the BS or FS Formula, unless specified on the paint chart, the IJA / IJN paint range are true colours.





NOTE:- This brand of paint is carried by all Hobby Shops and most generic Toy Stores.

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