Customs: Need help!!!!

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  1. fallenkia

    fallenkia Well-Known Member

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    hi,
    mr color Thinner,when i use the mr color thinner, it will soften the plastic and eventually break at high stress joint area (knuckle joints and steel rod joint). Any suggestion for which brand 0f thinner?
     

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    I generally use the Testors thinner you can buy at any hobby store.
     
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    fallenkia Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, Superquad7
     
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    Clean strip lacquer thinner from Walmart works well. I haven't ever had any problem with it. It's sold in the paint department.
     

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