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Tony Hadley30/06/2007 20:30:00
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Are Revell's Aqua Colour range of paints suitable for sailing model boat use? I am currently building the 1920's model yacht 'Jenny' as published in Model Boats
November 1988.
Enamel paints, thinners etc. cannot be used as a family member suffers ME/CFS and cannot tolerate volatile chemicals etc.
I am restricted to 'table top' building hence the current building project 'Jenny'.
Ironically i kept the 2 sided plan for the 'Streamlinette' on the other side, but idea's change over the years.
Jake Knight11/08/2007 12:09:00
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hi tony,
revell's aqua colour can be used because they are water resistant when dried i have used the paint on one of my models before and i have had no trouble.

hope it will help!

Tony Hadley11/08/2007 13:30:00
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thanks jake,
I have just received delivery from W.Hobby in London.

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