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    Andy Hobbs

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  1. Paasche H for bottle spraying bodys. and for attaching to metalizers Badger Krome for everything else I quit trying to get one airbrush to do it all.... I rather have 2 that each do what they do very well. I didn't care for trying to spray a body with a fine detail airbrush and small cup. and both are easy to clean
  2. the 5hr energy drink bottles work great for the pegasus 22 size wheels
  3. soft balsa wood makes a great burnisher.. conforms to the surface nicely
  4. kicker ,,, never had a need for superglue to dry any faster that it already does, or is there a different reason it's needed ?
  5. the tamiya high grade are really nice , heres a review
  6. its a protective clear coat meant to go over the non buffing metalizers..
  7. it's only 50% mineral spirits...the msds is on the website
  8. technically none of there are "glues" , they are adhesives( or cements).
  9. I have seen the fusion plastic specific paints but don't see a need for me as I always prime the model first , so no need to have a paint formulated for plastic. I may have to get a can to try tho,, never know
  10. If covering major rework maybe so, but there shouldn't be a consistent need to have such a high build primer that block sands off, in sheets of powder for use on scale plastic models.containg fine engraving. I typically use primer to help detect minute flaws and provide a good base for following colors.
  11. I use pro-modeler(flory) wash. it dries to a dust than wipe with a q-tip before clearing. make the job super easy
  12. they are all capable with the smallest needle/tip set , thin paint and low pressure,
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