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I've purchased a bottle of Future floor wax after reading some of the wonders this product can do. I've already decided to use it to make my canopies for my eldar vehicles clearer and protected.
I've read, however, that when shot through an airbrush, Future makes a great gloss varnish to protect minis. Since the Matt varnish doesn't provide a whole lot of chip protection, i was thinking of hitting my minis with a shot of Future, then a shot of matt varnish to dull it up.
Has anyone tried this?
I dont use it as a gloss varnish , but looks like it can be used as it because it turns out shiny and whatever as does the varnish . i usually use it as an ink thinner like to water down inks instead of water .
If anything I would question its durability over time. I would rather User a spray varnish or brush on varnish rather than the future floor wax. But it shouldn't really hurt anything and quite possibly worth the try.
Well, I'll give it a try and see if it's as durable as the spray on i usually use. I'm currently using Krylon clear gloss, anyone have any cheaper solutions?
I'll also try the ink suggestion, I'm quite intrigued. Does it act like a glazing medium or a surface tension diminisher?
Krylon is pretty cheap. I don't think you will find anything much cheaper.
For thinning paints, inks, and such I use a mixture of 20% water, 40%paint extender, and 40% Future Floor Wax. Works well enough.