Donald B. Valentine <riverman_vt@...>
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, Richard Hendrickson <rhendrickson@...>
glaze into it to make it shiny enough to take decals, you end upwith
thick glop that obscures details - and then you have to apply flat
Thank you, Richard, for that acknowledgement, which is exactly why
I gave up on Floquil for anything but weathering in 1968, also in
favor of Scalecoat. Even before Scalecoat II I never had any problems
with Scalecoat on plastic either. And it was a great improvement over
what was refered to in New England as Floquil's "paper towel finish".
For and even better paint on plastic, however, one cannot beat
Accu-paint, the difficulties with supply not withstanding. Even Gordon
Cannon used Accu-paint Erie-Lackawanna Gray to coat any parts being
photographed for advertising or catalog purposes.