Re: Tru-color paint
A&Y Dave in MD
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My local hobby shop owner told me he was given a bottle of thinner by the Tru Color people to top off bottles where evaporation happened, so it's a known problem. When I'm paying $5 for a small jar of paint, I shouldn't have to top off with a thinner that costs me as well! I have been transferring the paint to glass jars with metal lids and haven't lost any volume. However, if they want me to keep buying it, they better fix that problem at the source, pronto.
Thursday, January 18, 2018, 2:48:19 PM, you wrote:
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Subject: [STMFC] Tru-color paint
Not having quick access to thinner is acetone* an acceptable thinner? For the paint cup only or to be added to the jar?
* or would MEK be better?
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