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When changing the colour scheme of a model when it has been painted so many times before the detail no longer shows, what paint strippers do you use. Specifically what should I use on plastic and what on metal?
Simple green is a good and I've heard that Pine sol is an other good way to strip minis
right now I'm trying efferdent tabs and they work pretty well but they take some time.
I shall not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will allow it to pass over and through me. And when the fear has passed I will turn the inner eye to see its path. There will be nothing. Only I will remain.
Aparently brake fluid works wonders, just dip your models ina big bowl of it, take them out after a while ( I havent used it , so I dont know how long) and then take an old tooth brush and rub the paint off the model, I want to do this soon.
The gold grey knight man. These are hardy men who like cheese.
Ever thought of how cheese was found?:
`` I say sah, the milk in this barrel smells foul!``
``Oooohhh, give it a go!``
''Quack, damn you!''
-Jamie heinamen, Mythbusters.
Windex works well as well, especially on metal.
It will basically take off all of the paint (on plastic or metal) except for some of the primer, but that's not really a big deal anyway, since you're going to reprime.