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I'm updating an old metal model to fit in with the new grey knights codex. I'm going to need to repaint it but I don't want the paint to look too thick. I had added green stuffed to model that I want to keep, how can I remove he old paint without harming the green stuff. I've never trying this and I'm a little worried, Please help me.
I would recommend that you get the plastic parts of the model including the green putty with an exacto blade and then put the metal model in a tray with thinner, after 10-20 min the paint is pretty easy too peel off the model. But i think a picture of the model would be best so i can see what we're exactly talking about.
I use a product called simple green to remove paint from models. I am not sure how it would affect the Green Stuff though....
5000 pts of WoC, 5000 pts of Orcs and now 3000 pts of Ogres...What was I thinking ????
I use common yellow soap for removing paint. Unfortunatly greenstuff falls loose but will it be so hard to superglue back?
Works for both plastic and metal ^^ (you might need to scrub the model a bit with an old toothbrush or something)
my friend used simple green recently. he put the results on our blog. its linked in my signature. it worked but he had to soak it twice and use a toothbrush.
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yup simple green worked great for me, it took about 3 washes for me. but it worked like a charm on my plastic rhino..
Its a pain in the ass but it does work!