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recently i have looked at my 20 or so space marines and the dreadnaght and landspeeder that i paintes 8 years ago and i think " holy crap what did i do, these beautifal creations have lost all detail and have 7 layers of paint"
i want to strip the paint off (is that the right term?)
recently i have experimented with rubbing alchohol and it seems to work well, is there anything better out there though? mind you theses are plastic minituares.
any household good would be nice, thanks
Guns kill, but pens are just as effective. Never thought of that have you?
For metal minis using lacquer thinner works the best, as for plastics use Simple Green (its a natural de-greaser I believe?) It's a gentler solvent, submerge your plastics in it and the longer you soak them the easier the paint will come off, after soaking use a old tooth brush to get the paint off.