I build plastic car and truck models as well. This page was last updated: Chameleon paint stripper works well for me on a number of plastic freight cars. The paint remover whatever type you use needs time to soak in and loosen the paint. I want to finish it now, but some parts were painted with the wrong colors.
Painted bits, no less. This is a difficult subject. Re-application of factory applied paint can be fairly straightforward using an airbrush once we've established the correct colours. I think the modeler you are thinking of is Chuck Davis. Another vote for simple clean!
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Resin shells do not go into Chameleon stripper Apparently with the ELO, you can't or shouldn't soak it I'm sticking to my endorsement of Dettol. Hey all, Well, I finally got to the painting process over the week and have run into a bit of problems unfortunately Draw the stripper toward you along the edge of the material to cut. Balam - Super Clean IS bio-degradable. However I think if you follow the rules for nail varnish remover then you won't go far wrong.
Here is a guy using it: Put my minis in a tub and covered them with Chameleon, sat down and watch my shows. Login or register to post comments. Stuff didnt smell too bad, either and I didnt get dizzy so, I think its fairly safe. Thank the man above you did not do what I did as a previous dealer of this product. Chameleon Stripper, Chameleon Gel Contact: