Need some help and suggestions..
I have a Sunshine Models Mopac Eagle Merchandise boxcar that I just painted the Eagle gray on. I then masked the gray with Tamiya masking tape to spray the Eagle Blue. My stripe on the right side of the door was a little low so I pulled up the tape to
reposition it and found the paint lifted off in several areas down to the resin side. I've sprayed Tru-Color on several freight cars and found the paint to be very easy to use but these were all single color boxcar or stockcars so am at a loss on what to
do. Their web site says "the paint masks easily" on plastic but doesn't mention resin.
One option is a friend here has a sand blaster to be used on models that I can borrow, am thinking I need to blast off all the old paint and this will give the resin surface some 'tooth' for the Tru-Color to better adhere to. The other option would be
to respray the car with a model primer and then respray the Eagle Gray.
Anyone have any suggestion as to what might be the best means to tackle this?