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08-19-10 09:26 AM
normtheunsavoury If you are going to use a tooth brush to remove the paint then PLEASE wear something to protect your eyes!
Even a tiny speck hitting you in the eye will burn like nothing you have felt before and will require hospital treatment.
Nitro Mors is nasty stuff, it stinks like hell, burns your skin and destroys your lungs so TAKE CARE!
Use Dettol/Simple Green first and only use Nitro Mors if you really have to.
07-12-10 10:38 PM
Marneus Calgar
Using Nitro Mors to Paintstrip

What you will need:


Essential:
  • Container for the models
  • Plastic Gloves (or some hand protection)
  • Well Ventilated area
  • Nitro Mors
  • Model for stripping.
Non Essential:
  • Facemask
  • Safety Goggles
Now, onto the paintstripping, I have already done a little bit on some tiles in my kitchen:

But onto doing it with the model, the first step is to get rid of all dust etc from the model.

The second step is to cover the model with the stuff (I used a wall paintbrish), this allows liberal covering without hassle.

Now, get a toothbrush or something similar to get rid of the leftover paint and now look at your model!



I must stress at the importance of gloves. It hurts like a bitch when you get the stripper on your hands (as you can see from my pics, I wasn't following my own tute).

This tute only works for metal models! It melts the acrylic paint (which is plastic...)

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