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Okay, I'm really serious about this...
I was playing a game at my buddy's house and I have a soda on some books above my Razorback. I made fun of my buddy and he jumps acroos the table knocks a can of soda on to the razorback and tries to choke me.
How do I get soda off of a tank? if I can't get it off the ****er buying me a new tank!
Err. . . . .unlucky man. The only thing I could think of is to paint over it.
Maybe try using lukewarm water and some soft paper towels. Softly rub the towel across the surface.
And next time you'll know why its a good idea to use gloss coat over your models.
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@grey wolf: I hadn't even started to paint the 'Back because I'm lazy so thank the emporer It didn't screw the paint job.
@Exterminatus-Squeebie: I have tried to wet a brush but it just sticks to the tank.
Just go ahead and soak it? :/ Better then not being able to paint it.
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what happened to the model was the paint sticking?? or sumthing??
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ROFL :lol: ROFL :lol:I was playing a game at my buddy's house and I have a soda on some books above my Razorback. I made fun of my buddy and he jumps acroos the table knocks a can of soda on to the razorback and tries to choke me.
Tell your violent friend to do the cleaning job! (maybe he'll choke on the turret .)
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Then go to the soapy water. If that does not work, well...okay, you are probably going to snicker at this, but one of the reasons soda is so nasty and sticky and so forth is because of all the sugar in it. Saliva disolvers sugar. Not suggesting you lick your tank, but...well, you could lick your fingers then rub the tank with them or something like that. Try and loosen it up. I am not sure if it will work, but if soapy water does not, it cannot hurt!
In the future I would avoid having soda near your models if your friend does not know how to behave inside. :rolleyes:
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first of all,get new freinds,second of all you probably are better of painting over,or be creative,since those big sticky spots are gonna pretty much stay there (unless you strip the tank i guess) paint them as rust stains or blast scars or something