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I was reading an auticle on the Australian Games Workshop website and it said you had to wash your plastic models in warm soapy water to get this stuff of them that they use in the proccesing but is that true cause I've never done that and can it be done if the parts have already been glued?
Heres the linky :Games Workshop - Painting
So whatta I DO?
You should be ok to wash them if they have been glued, i cant see why water would unstick the plastic glue.
If you have used super glue that might be an issue due to water weakening the bond.
Personally, i have never washed the plastic models, but i do wash the metals, forgeworld resin and also any model knife or file.
If you havent had a problem in the past, i wouldnt worry about it, but for the 2 minutes you'd spend with the hot tap and a sponge, it might be worth it. Id hate to have £20+ models ruined by a stupid error on my part.