Tamiya PS-29 Fluorescent Pink Lexan Spray Paint (3oz)

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This is a 3oz can of fluorescent pink polycarbonate spray paint from Tamiya. These spray paints were developed especially for decorating transparent polycarbonate (Lexan) bodies used in R/C car modeling. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is the appropriate amount for finishing a model. Small detail work should be brush painted beforehand using Tamiya bottle paints for polycarbonate. Paint the body from the inside, keeping the can about 30cm from the surface. After curing, apply another coat. These paints are impervious to oil and fuels, so they can be safely used on gas-powered R/C bodies. Never use these paints on plastic models.

Friday, May 27 2011 (about 9 years ago)
Tamiya PS-29 Fluorescent Pink Lexan Spray Paint (3oz)
I haven't used the pink paint but the fluorescent Orange is good, fluorescent colors are not for beginners however. It is a very thin paint and if you take your time you can get a perfect paint job. a tip on fluorescent colors is to spay very little bit (mist the area you want painted) let it dry and mist again repeat this until you have it covered, use short blasts, don't just hold the nozzle down because it will pool up. Once the area is covered and dried spray over it with the fluorescent backing (white) and you will have a bright paint job. DO NOT BACK WITH A DARK COLOR!! I hope this is helpful.
Wednesday, Feb 22 2012 (about 8 years ago)
Tamiya PS-29 Fluorescent Pink Lexan Spray Paint (3oz)
i use the pink flourecent paint.. works great and looks just as good.. since finding this color its used on most of my bodies...i love it and it stands out on the track, you cant not notice the pink short course truck.....

definatley use on a warm clean lexan body and spray lightly, it will pool if not careful...
Saturday, Jan 1 2011 (about 10 years ago)
Tamiya PS-29 Fluorescent Pink Lexan Spray Paint (3oz)
absolutely awful paint. doesn't spray evenly and pools up quickly. do not waste $$