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  • 2 years later...
9 hours ago, Ryan said:

Hey since asking this question, I have found the NUKE for stripping.

It's Tamiya lacquer thinner....wont hurt plastics and pulls the finish right off.


26 minutes ago, Daywalker said:

I usually use Gunze Levelling Thinner, takes paint and clears right off without damaging the plastic.  I have even used it on canopies with no ill effects.

Yup, Tamiya lacquer thinner as well as Mr Color lacquer thinners are both cool enough to not harm the plastic. 

However, don't use Mr Color Tool cleaner or Tamiya's Airbrush cleaner. Those both contain acetone and will craze/melt the plastic. 


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I use this paint stripper to remove the paint I want to remove.  You have to submerge the plastic or resin part partially in a jar with a lid. You have to wet the whole part, but only cover 10-20% of it, and leave it for 30-60 minutes. Then with an old toothbrush the paint will come out by itself. The product is reusable many times so the 240ml lasts a long time. The smell is almost neutral. It works quite well in general.

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