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What are acrylic paints good for?
These are quick-drying water-based paints designed specifically for plastic models. However, they can also be used on a number of other surfaces. They are available in matt, semi-matt, glossy and transparent variants and in metallic metallic (the final surface differs according to the type of paint used)
A wide range of surfaces, including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, as well as penetrating gypsum or fibreboard and other materials (but always test the paint in advance on a small test area to make sure it is suitable for the material )
A 12 ml can covers approximately 0.3 m, of course depending on the thickness of the applied layers.
Apply with a brush directly from the can. When using an airbrush, dilute with a suitable thinner, such as water. Two thin layers are better than one thicker. The usual dilution ratio is 2: 1 in favor of the color.
1-2 hours until completely dry, in the case of glossy and metallic coatings a little longer.
How to clean these colors
Brushes: if they are still damp, clean with water, if they are already dry, use pulp. After drying, the paint layer is permanent.
Using an unsuitable thinner can damage the paint! Rinse the brush and tools with water immediately after use. Close the container tightly after use. After opening, use as soon as possible, the paint dries with air. Protect from frost.
Contains preservatives 5 Chloro-2-methyl-2H-isothiazol-3-one, 2-methyl-2H-isothiazol-3-one (3: 1), 2-phenoxyethanol. Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Attention! Not suitable for children under 8 years. Children should only use the product under the supervision of an adult.