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Ian Gardner14/01/2009 15:19:02
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Hi all,
I started a thread recently enquiring about tinted clear plastic which seems to have disappeared. For anybody interested I have discovered that Midwest do sheets of tinted plastic in grey, green, blue and red and is stocked by Gee Dee Models. It is 0.5mm thick and comes in sheets approximately 7'' x 11''  and costs £1.35 a sheet. Just thought this might add to the body of knowledge!
 
Best wishes,
Ian Gardner
Seaspray18/01/2009 00:12:08
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Hi Ian
Yes any knowledge base is handy. Spent many a hour looking for this and that. Will look up there no, give them a ring. Cheers
 
Seaspray
Ian Gardner18/01/2009 11:11:07
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Hi Seaspray,
I received some of this sheet yesterday- it is very thin and I will probably back it up with normal clear plastic. Good colours though.
 
Ian.

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