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26 minutes ago, smitty44 said:

Absolutely love them. No thinning required, finish as hard as nails, and I can turn down my compressor and shoot paint at about 8 psi! Popular colors tend to go quick after each shipment. Your welcome...…  http://www.hobbyworld-usa.com/Store/index.php?id_category=1248&controller=category

BAZINGA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:thumbsup2:

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On 12/3/2018 at 5:09 PM, 1to1scale said:

how are these compatible with acrylic paints, fillers, and primers?

You can shoot acrylic paints, fillers and primers onto cellulose paints, fillers and primers. But if otherwise, you have to take caution when you do this. When you want to shoot an cellulose paint onto a acrylic paint, primer, you have to be sure that you lay very thin layers of paint. In that way the cellulose solvent can vapouriz quickly instead of attacking the underneath acrylic layer. Still, you have to take caution because the cellulose paint is more aggressive then the acrylic one.

To be short said, acrylics are not compatible with cellulose (MRP) paints.

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