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Chris L

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  1. You might want to add this to you cleaning arsenal . Cleans and polishes plastic . Low abrasive. Weiman cook top cleaner pads . Cheers, Christian
  2. To me , it looks like fibers came off the tissue . Cheers, Christian
  3. Spraygunner carries a lot of items . Take a look at this item : SKU: FA01 UPC: 660292122127
  4. Thanks . Good info . Regards, Christian
  5. Hi Richard . I mix in stainless cup cake cups but this looks a lot easier to clean out . Where can I find one of these ? Regards, Christian
  6. You certainly get better results .
  7. I don't think so. In order to achieve that , something would have to be tapered . That valve is just like the air valve on a tire . You would need to have incredible finger sensitivity to detect any difference . All my air pressure adjustments are done through a good pressure regulator and a large face air pressure gauge . Cheers , Christian
  8. To be quite honest , I doubt that I would have the manual dexterity to do bot things at once . I find it good enough to set the air pressure to the happy place where that paint will spray properly and proceed from there. Cheers, Christian
  9. Glad for that last post Richard . You guys had me thinking I was totally missing out on something . Cheers , Christian
  10. Among Other stuff that I pick up at shows ( And then forget why I did ) , I actually have some MM Acryl thinner . I also have some Galeria retarder. I'm guessing that my be the ticket as opposed to the Tamiya retarder . Always have some distilled water on hand . Thanks Richard Regards, Christian
  11. I just discovered a stash of unopened Polly scale paints . Is it worth trying to use ? and if so , how to thin it so it won't be a problem to airbrush . I have been using Tamiya and Gunze for years .' Regards, Christian
  12. Thanks Dan . I have attempted to contact the museum but I have no idea if they are back in operation at this time or not . Regards, Christian
  13.  Who knows, maybe they'll produce a late model before I get serious about building one .

     

  14. Well , that actually makes it easier to move on . Might as well start with something good. Thank Steve . Admittedly , the Hasegawa kit has been around for a long time .
  15. Hi Steve . Thanks for your answer . I'm curious if you mean the interior , exterior or just all around ? I was really afraid afraid that you would say that and now I will have to covet another phantom . Regards, Christian
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