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Offline A_Train

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Stripping Paints (metallics?)
« on: May 29, 2013, 05:16:35 PM »
Hi all,

My question is on stripping paint from plastic miniatures.  The paint I am trying to strip is Mr Hobby Metallic Red (76).  This is a very thick paint that actually needed to be applied with a Mr Hobby brand thinner.  It was among my first attempts at painting miniatures, and I would like a do over.

Can I use the usual methods that are suggested, or will I need something a little different to get this type of paint off.  I don't think it's usually used for miniatures.


 

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