Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Basingstoke, UK
if its an all metal model, then you can use normal paintstripper (there own brand one from homebase is ideal for it), just remove the base first, put the mini in a metal container, pour some of the stripper over it, leave for about 10 mi nutes, then use an old brush and warm water with washing liquid to remove the stripper and paint. Make sure you wear rubber gloves and the area is well ventilated. just make sure you keep the stripper clear of any plastic, painted or varnished areas.
i always use paintstripper for metal minis and have had no problems with it, and if you leave the model to soak a bit longer, it will also losen any glue on the model
oh and never use paintstrippe ron plastic minis, other wise you end up with lumps of melted plastic, if your stripping plastic minis, use detol for that