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Sponge

November 12 2007 at 8:12 AM
Dmitry Kiyatkin  (Login Kiyatkin)
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Response to Re: Are you wiping the excess paint away.....

Hi Erik, I never had good luck with a sponge either. I use a small brush (not tin though) and thinned enamel paint. Very little paint on the brush. As I apply the marks, I have to wash off about half that look bad. Since I apply them on an acrylic finish, I can easily wipe away the enamel scratches with a thinner moistened brush. If the enamels are thinned, you sometimes have to apply several marks to the same area to get the effect you want. HTH, Dmitry

Dmitry Kiyatkin
Baltimore, Maryland
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  1. Sponges... - bobCollignon on Nov 12, 2007, 11:52 AM
    1. Re: Sponges... - Marc on Nov 14, 2007, 9:11 PM
     


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