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Join date : 2013-05-16
Age : 68
Location : Brighton, Victoria

PostSubject: SPRAY CANS:   Thu Jul 11 2013, 02:13

These are manufactured by several different companies, but the most common are either the Gunze or Tamiya range, which all Hobby Shops stock, but a few will also stock the Model Master range, {which are specific for model car subjects}, they all require special care when using and are NOT recommended for indoor painting. These are a lacquer based product and need to be applied in light thin coats and in all cases require up to 24 hours between coats and time to cure before a clear coat is added.

Model Master:
This colour was applied to the Nissan R-34 GT-R and Aston Martin DB-S model subjects that I have
and in most cases shows up as a Metalic Black.


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