So I've got a Drift I've repainted and I am constantly having problems with chipping. I keep asking this question but rather than try to collect the data from a bunch of sources I thought I'd just try to ask. Let me clarify that I'm not having issues because I need to sand down pegs. That I get and can do. I'm having trouble where pieces just scrape against each other during transformation. Like when the doors on drift rub against the back end of the car while you are trying to attach/detach them to each other (again, not the physical peg). In my own attempt I first used a light coating of Krylon Low Odor Clear Finish. Didn't do squat. I just recently tried to use the same product but to coat the ever loving crap out of it. Still did jack. Also just for you info, yes I did wash the figure before painting. What is the best method to finish a dry brushed figure and with what product? I know about the tutorials and dying a figure. But I see people with these amazing figures they say they dry brush and I want mine to be that cool. Also, second question. What is the best method period to painting a figure? IE what gives you the best looking usable end product and what specific products do they use?