Martini Team Colors Set
Fire Scale Color paint was designed to have an extra-fine pigment, matte finish and quick drying which guarantees a perfect paint job even for the least experienced.
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Fire Scale Colors paints are pre-diluted for direct use in the airbrush.
Shake the bottle until the ink is well mixed. USE ONLY WITH AIRCRAFT Apply over white or gray primer.
It is recommended to paint at 1bar to 1.5bar and 3 to 4 thin layers crossed and an environment between 20 °C and 22 °C, the drying time is 5 to 10 min minimum, 20 to 30 min being recommended.
It is not recommended to use these paints in cold or humid environments, always check the conditions of the space where you will be painting.
To dilute if necessary use Fire Scale Modeler thinners. DO NOT use White Spirt, Acrylic Thinners or Cellulose Thinner, they are not suitable for this paint.
Tools can be cleaned with acetone, never use cellulose thinner or alcohol.
Work in a well-ventilated area and always wear a mask and keep away from children. Tighten cap for safety after each use.
DO NOT USE CLOSE HEAT, SPARKS OR FLAMES DURING THE PAINTING PROCESS
Health and Safety Notes:
Harmful by inhalation, irritating to eyes. Keep away from sources of ignition. NO SMOKING .
Avoid contact with skin and eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and consult a doctor. Wear suitable gloves. Use in a well-ventilated area. Keep out of the reach of children.
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