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Stripping Paint off Finecast?

Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by TheSkeptic, May 31, 2017.

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    TheSkeptic Member

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    So, I'm thinking of acquiring a model for a steal on ebay (Thing's still damn expensive, but it saves me $80+ instead of ordering off of Forgeworld), and the model's been about half painted already. It doesn't look to bad, but just in case I wanted to change it when I get a proper look at it, wanted to make sure I have the tools at my disposal to do so. As such, any of you know any good ways to get paint off a finecast model? Also, don't want to hurry anyone to much, but the things going to be sold in half a day-ish, so some relatively quick responses would be much appreciated.
     
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    Crowsfoot Guardian of Paints Staff Member

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    Nail polish remover acetone free, simply green BUT BE CAREFUL if you leave the model in too long it goes soft and won't harden back up.
     
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    I found a plastic cleaner that works wonderful for metal and plastic... no experience with stripping finecast though... I only own a slann and the @woogity minis which are made of resin...
    Might try it out on some spare parts... it's really damn cheap (1,60€/ 500ml) and could be worth it... might take some time before I get results though...
     

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