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Well, and for the most part completely? I play Blood Angels and just bought a bunch of my friend's Ultramarines, but I can't seem to get the paint off. Any ideas?
Yes there are lots of topics which are great but I use cheap all purpose cleaner at the moment I have a big bottle of Tesco's own brand cleaner it is green and smells pine fresh hehehe
But it does the trick, all I do is soak it over night and use a fine suade brush to get the paint off this does not hurt the mini but is stronger than a tooth brush!
Hope this helped
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why not just reprime and repaint?
Thanks for the help.
If you were to see my friend's paint jobs, which basically involve dipping the model in paint, you'd understand.
I have found Dettol antiseptic to be one of the best paint strippers . The cheap home brand for 2 or 3 dollars a bottle does the job. Just pour some into an old jar and place the miniatures in overnight to soak, then next day brush with an old toothbrush. Don't leave your figures in too long though. I forgot about a metal figure i had put into a jar for soaking for a few days. The figure came out alright but the plastic base came out as a blob of mush. Any plastic figures left too long would probably come out the same.
As pointed out, please search for common topics such as this before posting. Saves repition, thank you kindly.