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I have a mini which is a resin piece with metal attachments, whats the best way to remove the paint without damaging any part of the model?
I don't THINK Simple Green affects resin; I know oven cleaner and brakefluid DO so avoid those.
If you have any spare resin bits lying around, you could get some Simple Green, dip that in, and see if the Green melts the resin...
im not shure about this but you may be able to use acatone free nail polish nails ( basicly for plastic nails) and try the spare bits of resin thing another idea would to be just applay it in a thin coat to the top
"Mr. Cypher please come out from underneath the table, the Dark Angels are not out to get you."
i used paint stripper that i got from the hardwere store... didnt do anything to my tiger tank, Flames of war mini...