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    Bella Vista, AR 72714
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    Craig Marheineke

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  1. Upon looking a little closer at the bottle I was indeed using FS 30538, I did not intend to spray flat paint. I mixed the paint according to Donn Yost's video on painting models, 2 parts paint to 1 part lacquer thinner. I was using a .04 mm needle with the air pressure set at 30 psi. I do know not to pay a lot more attention to Testors paint codes on the bottle!
  2. In the last message I meant to say "roof"
  3. As an addendum, I was beginning the striping process and I noticed that the paint I had sprayed on the underside of the room rubbed off just like powder.
  4. I did, 1 coat and after it dried I did a light sanding with 600 grit
  5. I did, 1 coat and after it dried I did a light sanding with 600 grit
  6. Good afternoon guys I need you're opinions and suggestions please! This Monza was painted with Model Master Insignia Yellow enamel thinned 2 parts paint to 1 part lacquer thinner. Harder & Steenbeck evolution with air pressure set to 20 psi. HELP!!!!!
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