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Emvar

CH-113 Labrador

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ALF, You are going to laugh but it's liquid paper. Mask the area you want covered apply the liquid paper....then remove the tape you used to mask before it dries. I painted over it then applied the decal turned out pretty decent.

Use it on my hornet build too.

Cheers

Emil

Thanks for the link, Elmo!

Brilliant idea. Liquid paper is still a valid product... :woot.gif:/>

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And this is the school she learned this technique from:

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Thread hijack terminated - sorry, couldn't help myself!

ALF

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ALF

Just peed myself laughing. Sorry...

LOL

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Surprisingly there was no 'Window licker' picture........ LMAO

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Don't forget to add some photos to the finished build section.

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Tools and tips

Here is a google link to correction fluid or liquid paper as some call it.. I'm sure it is available all over the world in your local stationary store.

Google link

I use the sponge applicator that comes with the fluid to apply.... because it dries pretty fast I also remove the masking almost immediately.

Hope this helps.

Emil

Ahh. Had you said correction fluid I would have known what you ment. :rolleyes: thanks for the info. I have it in my tool set. But for me this is a new use for it.

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