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Seeing as how I just got my paints today I was messing around knowing I was gonna wind up stripping the model.

What I'm wondering is if anyone else as used this mix before?

a 50/50 mix of ISO Alcohol and Peroxide (I played bathroom chemist as an 8yr old so I knew this was safe)

Then I added some toothpaste for grit.

I let the model sit in extremely hot water with some ISO in it for about five minutes before I started started scrubbing with a tooth brush.

This was the result:

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Sorry for the crap pic, but my camera is picky about its focus. It took about 5 minutes to get that much off, most primer and paint came off.

I threw it up into the air and let hit the floor to see it got overly brittle or anything, it only popped off the base.
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Nice I think I'll try the mix myself, but no I have never heard of or used this mix.


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when you say peroxide... are you talking about a pure substace then ? sorry I'm not much of a chemest. Is there some household items that has high consentrations that you mix with the iso-alchohol maybe ? and lastly what type of peroxide.
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