|Stephen Follows||01/05/2020 21:39:58|
69 forum posts
I'm trying to find a supplier of enamel paint of 100 to 150 ml. size. (Like Revell model paints but bigger).
Not having a lot of luck. Any suggestions?
|Martin Rock-Evans||01/05/2020 22:18:42|
|24 forum posts|
Hi Stephen, maybe try Phoenix Paints **LINK**? They have a number of different enamels in 50, 125, 250ml tins. (that said, I've not used them yet, just seen them advertised and recommended in Chris Vine's book on painting locomotives)
Edited By Martin Rock-Evans on 01/05/2020 22:21:28
|Paul Lousick||01/05/2020 23:45:08|
|1901 forum posts|
I've use Phoenix paint (in Australia). A bit more expensive but recommended. They have a number of different types of paint. I used their paint for pin striping my engine.
|29 forum posts|
Have a look at the Paragon Enamel Paints website
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