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The Cheapest Way to Buy Revell Enamel Paints @ only £1.24 a Tin with Free Delivery at GizzmoHeaven.com
Gizzmo Heaven posted a topic in Gizzmo HeavenWe are pleased to announce the return of the Revell enamel paint range at GizzmoHeaven with a brand new special offer! The standard price per tin is just £1.49 with free delivery but big savings can be made when purchasing 12 or more tins with our voucher code. The Voucher Code: PAINTME The Offer: For every 12 tins of paint ordered you will get 2 of them for FREE, again with no delivery costs. Buy 12 or more tins and get 2 of them for FREE - Total Spend: £14.90 / £1.24 per tin ! Buy 24 or more tins and get 4 of them for FREE - Total Spend: £29.80 / £1.24 per tin ! And so on and so on... Don't forget to use voucher code PAINTME at checkout to redeem this offer. *Minimum of 12 paints must be in your basket to redeem SHOP NOW This is the best value for money available on Revell enamel paints that we can find online! As always, all enamel paints are sent by courier with tracking for free so you have peace of mind that your paints will be delivered safely. (Delivery not currently available outside of the UK & Channel Islands) We hope to welcome you to our store soon! All the best Harvey GizzmoHeaven
We are proud to announce that we are now stocking the Vallejo Model Color range of acrylic paints. The Model Color range contains 218 colours and an extensive assortment of mediums and varnishes, designed especially for model painting. Modelcolor has been formulated with permanent pigments for fine arts; all colours are completely lightfast and opaque, (with the exception of the fluorescent and transparent colours, which are semi-opaque). A few metallic pigments (in an alcohol base) are included in the range, since these give a harder brilliance than the water-based metallics. The consistency of Modelcolor allows for an extremely smooth and uniform paint film, with no trace of brush strokes. Professional model painters always work with a wet brush and dilute the paint with water or Matt Medium, applying many thin layers to achieve depth and shadows. Colours may also be diluted with other Mediums for glazes and layered applications.