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sean

Halford's paint

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After messing up the paintjob on a Skyhawk, I had used Mr. Muscle oven cleaner to remove

the paint (Humbrol) on the topside of the kit. The underside had been sprayed with Halfords

white, both primer and appliance white. Trouble is, it was my first time using spray cans,

and it wasn't exactly good.

So the question is, is there anything handy for removing the Halford's?

(As an aside, I painted a Seahawk using spray cans , and that came out lovely),

TIA, Sean

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Best thing is brake fluid. Trouble is its nasty stuff , and its not cheap

But it is re-usable!

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isopropanol and a lot of scrubbing

Just what I was going to say. I found this out accidentally when I tried to clean up some marks off a Halfords sprayed model...

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