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I am a warhammer fb player (dwarfs), and i wanted to repaint my ironbreakers, i wanted to know how to remove paint from the metal models. I have heard about paint thinner, and thats it. If u could help me, and tell me any experiances u had with it that would be helpfull.
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First off, search for these threads, I know I've responded on a few, and the mods are going to bust your butt.
Use Acetone with gloves
or naptha, just remember to try and avoid contact as the are cumulative carcenagens the more you use them the greater the risk of cancer.
You get them at a hardware store or DIY wherever you are.
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I just leave them in a jar of Simple Green for a few days or so. However long you want, depending on how much paint you want to come off easy. It's safe to your models and you, can be found at Walmart.
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