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RE: Stripping paint ...

From: Simon LeRay-Meyer <sleray-meyer@v...>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 1999 11:35:36 +1100
Subject: RE: Stripping paint ...

the one thing that I have found that works really well is call Poly's
restorer.  Just soak the miniatures in that for an hour or so and the
just peels off.  Can be used for either arcylic or enamal paint.  You
also use it on plastic and resin miniatures, but be careful, the stuff
melt the plastic.  I normall soak the model in some water after.  This
to stop the process.


-----Original Message-----
From: Alan E and Carmel J Brain []
Sent: Thursday, 18 November 1999 12:25
To: gzg-l@CSUA.Berkeley.EDU
Subject: Re: Stripping paint ...

Ted Arlauskas wrote:
> Anyone got any advice on stripping paint from
> resin vehicles?

Enamel, Acrylic or what?
First, whatever solvent you use, test on the bottom of the vehicle
I've used non-caustic Oven Cleaner (works adequately on acrylic,
brilliantly on enamel, not-so-well on generic spray white), but TEST

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