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Thread: Is Testors model paint any good for painting hardbodies?

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    Default Is Testors model paint any good for painting hardbodies?

    Hi guys, I've got a paint question. Is Testors model spray paint any good when it comes to painting a hardbody?
    I have an Rc4wd Mojave 2 body and I don't want to mess up the paint and have to redo it. Should I just get Tamiya TS paints? Also when is a good re-coat time and approximate dry times for Tamiya TS paints? From my experience with Tamiya PS paint they are pretty vague and those times.

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    Testors will be fine. Are they the enamel kind? I prefer the dry time of Tamiya myself. They’re a synthetic lacquer. Dries much faster than enamel. You can also use any type of non-model spray paint as well. Krylon, Rustoleum, etc. You get much more paint for the price.
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    That's what i was saying.. Almoest all my cars were painted with Motip. Until now that i found a place that sells colour code matched spray cans :D

    The most important tip for me to say is to allways use the same maker and range for all the layers só that they wont react with each other!

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