Stripping Figs

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Stripping Figs

Postby Monkey » 06 Dec 2015, 12:12

...so I tried out Phoenix Precision SuperStrip on hw figs, it did the figures reasonably, but destroyed the discs, they blew up likes balloons. Different plastic I guess. Black paint around the boots and top of head always seems the most difficult to remove even with a toothbrush. I've heard Castrol Super Clean is good, anyone tried that?

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Re: Stripping Figs

Postby lloydie1109 » 06 Dec 2015, 13:27

There is a substance called Model Strip that does the job well

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Re: Stripping Figs

Postby Focus On » 06 Dec 2015, 14:04

Oven cleaner the fastest but you need to DEBASE first
It'll take anything off in time
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Re: Stripping Figs

Postby Monkey » 06 Dec 2015, 16:38

Not tried Model Strip, but I've ued Mr Muscle a lot, how long do you leave them?

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Re: Stripping Figs

Postby Focus On » 07 Dec 2015, 14:40

unbased long as you like/need, overnights best
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