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modelman62

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  1. what colors can i mix to get an aged concrete look?
  2. ive forgotten. which type of alcohol do you use to clean up fingerprints and stuff. The denatured or Isopropyl? thanks all ! Pat
  3. anyone know yet where the 2011 one will be held?
  4. can you all tell me how to remove old paint from a model? ive forgotten,LOL..
  5. i removed chrome off about three trees, using Oven off. but ileft the stuff on them for like 24 hours. I went to wash and scrub the stuff off, all the main chrome stuff came off, but in alot of places, in the nooks and crannys, its a yellow color How do i get rid of that stuff now? ive tried to scrub it off with a old toothbrush but it wont come off.
  6. when u clean ur airbrush cups, what do you all use? im using q tips, but after im all done and go to paint, seems like it blows out small fibers.
  7. modelman62

    Andrea color

    on the Andrea flesh paint set, what do i thin that acrylic with?
  8. to anneal PE, do you just hold the sheet and run it over a candle? is that the idea? and for how long do you do it?
  9. Would that be de natured or Isopropyl alcohol?
  10. im not an acrylic user, but what do you use to thin them and clean ur brush or airbrush?
  11. I have a small jar i made up of it last Saturday. And i was gone all week and came back and the stuff was still ok. I made a fairly big batch of it, and so far its still good. Like this one poster said. their might be air bubbles in it after you sand it down, but nothing a small swipe of regular putty can take care of. This method is really good also if you have a deep sink hole and you want to fill it up. When i made mine. i just cut the sprue pieces up small and put them in the jar, poured a little cement in, enough to cover them up and let it sit. although the curiosity got the best of me, and ocassionally i went back and stirred it a few times.
  12. no more dangerous than using it just as a regular glue as far as i know.
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