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I recently sprayed a branchwraith of mine with purity seal but apparently sprayed too much and the model lost detail and went all cloudy. Is there a way to remove this blasted stuff (white spirit?) without taking of the paint or will this model never see the light of day again?
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Sorry, but I don't think you can remove purity seal. It is sticky and bonds with the paint on the model as it dries, in effect becoming an extra layer of transparent protective paint. Also it's purpose is to protect the model which means it isn't likely it will come off. You can remove it with paint stripper etc. But this will remove the paint as well. Also I don't know if a Branchwraith is plastic but if it is I think paint stripper will melt it.
Sorry dude, you're pretty much hooped. There's no way to get varnish off without also stripping the paint.