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Maybe electricity caused the fogging

April 16 2012 at 2:12 PM

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I don't know

But I think I was a little too much in the spirit when polishing the canopy, and the polishing speed might have created this bizarre fogging... I don't know but I will try to polish a little more cautious next time

Yeah the new GBs on the Airfix forum are tempting, still need to finish my Rufe - and a Hurricane before months end... time is flying

Looking forward to your next update - love to see the 3 Canadians together with wings and things happy.gif

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