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(Login FrankKranick) Missing-Lynx members from IP address 22.214.171.124
I purchased a bottle of this (white) primer to experiment with it even though I've had nice results with Mr. Surfacer. I was wondering if it could be used similarly, primer and thin filler. Either way, it'll need to be thinned or reduced with something - any input on how I can do that?
(Login SEDimmick) Missing-Lynx members 126.96.36.199
October 24 2008, 8:22 AM
I use Lacquer Thinner to thin up Mr Surfacer 1200 to spray though my airbrush.
If you can get yourself some Tamiya Lacquer thinner from Japan, it works great for thinning Tamiya paint also. They also make a really good Airbrush cleaner (stinks really bad) that will clean ANYTHING out of the airbrush...it cleans out Mr Surfacer like nothing else I've used.