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I just build then prime. It works well for me, but I probablly should clean them. I am to lasy though.<_<
I prime and then build, no washing necessary...I just think a lot of the models are easier to paint when they are not put together, and it I know that I am not going to miss a spot that is deep in a crevice, as everything is pretty flat when it is on the sprue.
I don't really wash any of my figures beforehand either. I don't recall ever really having a problem. I used to soak my figures in distilled white vinigar and then rinse them off. I forget where - but I read that the mild acidic nature of the vinigar ate away any mold release agent.
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Um... I prime on the sprue and then assemble, them paint. Why would you wash them in the first place? They're plastic and the were in a pretty sterile box in the first place.
I only wash metal models, and usually before assembly. The plastic ones never seem to have any mold powder on them, so I'd think it's useless.