James L. Ravelo II (jravelo2@pacific.net.ph)
Wed, 15 Dec 1999 11:00:26 +0800


Federico Makabenta wrote:
>
> Oh that's it... :)
>
> yup - Enamel doesn't go with lacquer.
>
> Acrylic goes with lacquer as well... So you often have to use that for
> handpainted jobs...
>
> "Official" Gunge Sangyo colors are in enamel - so be careful...
>
> Fed
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Tomonaga
> To: gundam@aeug.org
> Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 1999 8:36 AM
> Subject: Re: [gundam] Gunze problems
>
> James L. Ravelo II wrote:
> I recently bought a spray paint of Flat topcoat from Gunze to cover my
> 0080 Rick Dom II and EX-S Gundam and to my horror, it ate the paint or
> made it look like it had fissures. Does that always happen if I'm
> mixing different brands of paint, as I'm used to Tamiya? Now I have two
> more things to do this holiday break...restore the EX-S and Rick Dom
> II...
>
> It's to do with the type of paint not the brand. Certain types of paint are
> incompatible with each other namely lacquer, acrylic and enamel. I forget
> which combinations are particularly disastrous but in the worst case
> scenario one paint will 'eat' the other.
> Tet
>
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Thanks guys...now I know which types to avoid mixing.

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