Do you thin it?
--- In STMFC@..., tgregmrtn@... wrote:
Acetone (dangerous stuff). From past conversations with Greg Conrad
regarding his product it was a very pure form of Acrylic. Jim Six
once boasted of using lacquer thinner with this paint and I had a
conversation with Greg regarding Jim's statements and he stated that
it SHOULD never have done anything but conjeal. We have had the
discussion regarding using something other than manufacturers
thinners wiuth paints and I have always believed, Why reinvent the
Portland was to paint the item and use a hairdrier to "shrink" the
finish and it does shrink to fit. SAWEET paint if you could keep the
shelf life (I converted mine from plastic bottles to glass) long
enough to use it up.
available paint using distilled water and a couple of drops of
Ammonia (which slows the dry time), but that was before they made a
specific thinner. I always used a double action Badger airbrush for
I've been told that it's more of an ink than a paint so it matchesthe
colours in the Accucal decal line. I've not used it on brass socan't
comment on it's durability in that regard but on styrene it workedfine.
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