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  1. So which fluid do you use with acrylics (if you use acrylics that is.. ).
  2. Laurie, the fluid was to be used to fill in canopy panels where the edges were first defined with a tape mask.
  3. Am trying to identify a suitable pre cut mask for a 1/48 Tamiya RAF Mustang with the Malcolm Hood canopy. It seems Eduard don't do one (unless I just can't find it) and the only other one I have found with the help of Mr google is by Pmask and it's vinyl rather than 'tape'. Suggestions? I'm currently struggling to mask a 1/48 Airfix hurricane canopy and I've found how bl**dy frustrating that is with my much less agile older fingers (and eyesight I think I'm gonna clean off the rather disappointing result with some ammonia and get a mask for that too.
  4. Hi all, newly registered here having just returned to modelling after a surprisingly long hiatus. What do you fine folk use as a masking fluid over acrylics (inc future dipped canopies)? My online searches suggest that many popular makes contain ammonia which obviously is not compatible.