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Well a long time ago in a town called Toledo Ohio. There lived to boys that played warhammer 40k......
Just to get to the point and not drag it on I am starting Tau and my friend has a really used tau battle force. The devilfish has green stuff mushed on the back between the plastic. Is there anyway to get that off? Also if I were to go into a GT with it and instead of taking the GS off and I covered it with snow would I get point deduction or something?
It depends how thick the GS is and whats its surrounded by. Either way a file is your best friend
Careful filing, cuts with a small saw and cleaning up with a hobby knife can remove lumps of GS stuck to the surface of an object. You should be able to file off most of a surface lump. Larger, protruding pieces can be cut off with a saw. Small bits can be tackled either with a hobby knife or a small file.
If the GS has been used to fill gaps it can be more tricky. Drilling holes in the GS and then inserting small files to finish the job can work. Or you can lever it out with a hobby knife (but be very care not to snap the blade!). Failing that drill multiple holes so you end up drilling out the GS.
If you have a dremel one of those rotary grinding bits will work for GS on the surface, but as with all dremel applications, you have to be extremely careful not to damage the model/yourself/the table/the cat as it can bounce around a bit.
Hope it helps mate.
Thanks this will help me allot.