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This product was added to our database on Wednesday 24 july 2002.
Restriction: this product is a paint or lacquer. As a result of international security and safety measures these products are prohibited for transportation by air. The delivery of these products will be restricted to countries in Europe that are being served by road transport from the Netherlands. Any overseas orders containing these products will be adapted. The products will be removed from the order.
Category Scale Modelling, Subcategory Paint and other modelling fluids, ISBN/Box ALC-101, Publisher/Brand Alclad II, Format 30ml
Alclad II Lacquers will reproduce a wide range of realistic and durable metal finishes on aircraft,car and truck models,armour and figures.
APPLICATION GUIDE-PLASTIC MODELS:
For use on injection plastic kits a primer is necessary. 'Regular ALCLAD' is similar in strength to lacquer/cellulose car paints-injected polystyrene plastics frequently have areas which ALCLAD can craze.
Apply one of these primers before using Regular ALCLAD:
Tamiya Plastic Primers-white or grey
Auto Primer-white or grey
Future/Klear -floor sealer/polish
Plastic primers and auto primers should be lightly polished with 1000/1200 wet & dry paper to give a less absorbent glossy surface .
High Shine Finishes-Polished Aluminium, Chrome for plastic and Stainless Steel require a dark glossy base,use
Alclad Gloss Black Base
" Alclad should be sprayed at 15-20psi.
" Spray from1 1/2 -2 1/2 inches away from the model.
" Apply light coats.
" Use the airbrush like a paint brush not an aerosol.
" Buffing is not necessary-though tonal variation can be made by polishing selected panels with Micromesh.
" A sealer is not required.
" Regular Alclad can be masked and over-painted. Decal solutions can be used with Regular Alclad,but are not recommended for Polished Aluminium,Chrome or Stainless Steel.
Transparent colours-these finishes can be applied directly over Regular Alclad to produce heat stains and anodised effects-Alclad High Shine Finishes will require sealing with water based clear before the application of Alclad Transparent colours.