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    Well, what is smelly primer, and can you use it instead of spray?


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    Basicly, it's skull white paint, but with a special ingrediant that makes paint stick to it better. Use it if you don;t like underocating with spray.
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    Originally posted by K-Tana@Nov 6 2003, 15:20
    Basicly, it's skull white paint, but with a special ingrediant that makes paint stick to it better. Use it if you don;t like underocating with spray.
    ohhh, nice. Does it stick better or worse than spray or is it the same 'special ingredient'

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    I would imagine that it would stick just the same, but the main problem with it is that you might not be able to get an even coat as opposed to spraying the model white.
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    Originally posted by K-Tana@Nov 7 2003, 02:10
    I would imagine that it would stick just the same, but the main problem with it is that you might not be able to get an even coat as opposed to spraying the model white.
    yeah, but then you'd need some kind of place to be and spray, right?

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    I guess so. If you can't or don't want to spray undercoat a model, smelly primer is the best way to go.
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