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Anyone had this problem before?
I've been trying to strip my plastic models, and simple green does NOTHING to them.. even though reports said that they're supposed to be the best.
I soaked it 48 hours, then went at it with a toothbrush.
I usually put on three layers of varnish, but still..
The metal ones are working a bit better.
if its being very stubern and if you put alot of varnish on it (which is what it sounds like) then i'de try something a little more powerfull to get the first layer off. try aceatone or break fluid for a little bit just till the paint begins to peal.
"Moral Victory! the enemy ran away at the sight of my roting, spikey, diseased, awesomeness... wait.. what?" ~ Theyak
just be really carefull, so you dont get aciton on the plactic, becouse it will melt...
Keep the paint diluted and thin :)
(first rule in Zentradis book of painting)
I use simple green a lot and I know form experience that letting your miniature soak for a few days will cause the to loosen up enough so easily brush off. The longer you let your mini(s) soak the better it just makes it easier to remove the paint
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