I have tried to buy the Revell Bel Air Hardtop kit #85-2069 from one or two model suppliers ( because It looks like a sweet kit to build) but man the shipping is out there.The kit price is 24.95 & the shipping is over nine bucks. I know that I'm going to buy but they should supply a little Vaseline I think.
I have tried the ken"s flocking & others but it comes out fair on one kit & patchy on other. I apply the white glue & level it then strain the flocking let it set for eight hours(overnight)turn it over ( not shake)& parts of it just falls off. Now I have seen awesome results @ model shows so I know that I,m doing something wrong. So I think that I will give the embossing powder a shot & see what happens.
I worked in the printing business for a while & we used MEK( Metal Ethel Key tone) for a cleaner. When I would get a paper cut the MEK would burn like hell for a few seconds after using it but the cut would heal quickly. Man that stuff would clean up unbelievable stains. But it would not clean up dried coffee stains
You mean like the glass balls that people use in floral plants & stuff,like the ones you see at Micheal"s? Great idea. Most of my paints are in 1/2 ozs. containers. Maybe the bb's would work best in that regard.Great idea.