Wed, 8 Nov 2000 19:56:13 -0600
What is ELO? Where do I find it? How long is too long to put the ELO on
plastic parts before it becomes brittle?
----- Original Message -----
From: Brandon Perlow <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2000 6:12 PM
Subject: Re: [gundam] Gundam Cleaning
> Use ELO... But dont bathe parts in it.. Use cotton
> balls , swabs and paper towels to wipe the parts clean
> of paint.. It takes longer, but it works better..If
> you use too much ELO on the parts it can be brittle.
> Wipe off the parts afterwards then wash..
> Its the Best way to clean your models.. I just
> repainted my PG rx78 from a bad paint job..
> BTW consider using Flat Light Aircraft grey enamel
> spray for the white parts if you dont intend to
> airbrush.. It goes on VERY WELL.. It gives a nice
> militaristic look to the gundam..
> Beware of tamiyas matte white spray.. It doesnt cover
> well on bare plastic. I recommend using gray or primer
> first if using that color...
> --- Omotai <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi, how can I clean the smallest nooks and crannies
> > of my Gundam models? I
> > screwed up and used WAY TOO THICK paint and now I am
> > cleaning it off, I can
> > reach inside little spaces like the cavities inside
> > Deathscythe 1/144's
> > hyper jammmer or my SD model's leg cavities, which
> > is very, very small? Any
> > suggestions? I already soaked it in Oven Cleaner.
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