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Alclad Chrome For Plastic 1oz ALC-107
ALC-107

RRP: $16.99
$16.99
In stock

Description

Description

WHEN ORDERING THIS PRODUCT, REMEMBER TO SELECT THE DANGEROUS GOODS DELIVERY METHOD AS THIS ITEM IS DANGEROUS GOODS AND MUST BE SHIPPED BY ROAD COURIER.

Rocket Engines, Fuel, Aerosols & Alclad Lacquers cannot be sent to PO Box addresses so please supply a street address.

 

Overview

High-Shine Alclad Alclad II Lacquer has quickly become the preferred choice of many modellers for Natural Metal Finishes. The quality of Alclad II has led to its diverse use including achitectural models, custom built motorcycles, Hollywood special effects, angling accessories. For use on injection plastic kits a primer is necessary. Regular Alclad is similar in strength to lacquer/cellulose car paints-injected polystyrene plastics frequently have areas which Alclad can craze. High-Shine Alclad finishes require a glossy base coat. Apply one of these primers before using Regular Alclad: - Alclad ALC-302 Grey Primer - Alclad ALC-306 White Primer & Microfiller - Alclad ALC-309 Black Primer & Microfiller - Tamiya or Gunze Sangyo plastic primers - Auto Primer-white or grey Plastic primers and auto primers should be lightly polished with 1000/1200 wet & dry paper to give a less absorbent smooth surface . Preparation and Spraying The surfaces to be painted must be thoroughly clean and free from dust,grease,oil and finger marks. Apply the correct primer for the type of Alclad being used. Alclad should be sprayed at 12-15PSI. Spray from a distance of 2-3 inches from the surface being painted using a narrow to medium width spray fan. Use the airbrush like a paint brush-aim to cover the model in a methodical manner. Buffing is not necessary-tonal variation can be made by polishing selected panels with Micromesh. Regular Alclad can be masked over and painted. Decal solutions can be used with Regular Alclad, but are not recommended for High Shine Alclad. Application Guide Lexan/Polycarbonate Car Body Shells The surface must be thoroughly cleaned-remove release agent, adhesive residue and finger marks. Regular Alclad- Apply 2-3 light coats back with any R/C paint. High Shine Alclad- Apply 2-3 light coats back with black or silver. Prismatic/Holomatic- Apply 2-3 light coats of Prismatic or Holomatic Spectral Chrome to the inside of a clean body shell. Allow to dry thoroughly then back with black or silver Water Based Paint.

Delivery

DELIVERY: On-line orders are important to us and in-stock products should be shipped within two business days of receiving the order. If there is reason we cannot ship in this time we will contact you for any change in instruction.

Orders are shipped by either Australia Post, TNT, Toll or Fastway Couriers, please understand these services operate Monday to Friday as a general rule. We have electronic tracking via the carriers but cannot divert goods from the original address given.

Some items such as rocket engines and RC fuel require additional charges due to “Dangerous Goods” category.

Returns

If your product has been incorrectly shipped, please contact us within 7 days of receipt so we may arrange correct shipping.

Any returned product will need to package and forward to us for a refund or credit. You must make sure that the returned product is suitably packaged in order to prevent damage during return shipping. We will not accept responsibility for goods, which are damaged whilst in transit back to us.

Frontline Hobbies offers Transit Insurance of your product at time of purchase. Transit Insurance is limited to damage to a product in transit to you.

We note that Frontline Hobbies takes no responsibility for any product shipped without Transit Insurance. Frontline Hobbies’ responsibility ceases at time of despatch of the product.

We will test all products returned to us within 7 working days of receipt. Some products may need to be returned to the manufacturer for testing and this may take longer than 7 days. If we, or the manufacturer, determine that the product is defective, we will replace the product or issue a credit for the original purchase price of the product and associated freight costs.

You are responsible for all costs associated with return of the product to us and we will not pay or reimburse any associated costs. We recommend that products returned by post be sent by registered or certified mail. We accept no responsibility for loss or damage occurring in transit.

For a full copy of our returns policy we recommend you check Frontline Hobbies Returns Policy

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Description

WHEN ORDERING THIS PRODUCT, REMEMBER TO SELECT THE DANGEROUS GOODS DELIVERY METHOD AS THIS ITEM IS DANGEROUS GOODS AND MUST BE SHIPPED BY ROAD COURIER.

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Overview

High-Shine Alclad Alclad II Lacquer has quickly become the preferred choice of many modellers for Natural Metal Finishes. The quality of Alclad II has led to its diverse use including achitectural models, custom built motorcycles, Hollywood special effects, angling accessories. For use on injection plastic kits a primer is necessary. Regular Alclad is similar in strength to lacquer/cellulose car paints-injected polystyrene plastics frequently have areas which Alclad can craze. High-Shine Alclad finishes require a glossy base coat. Apply one of these primers before using Regular Alclad: - Alclad ALC-302 Grey Primer - Alclad ALC-306 White Primer & Microfiller - Alclad ALC-309 Black Primer & Microfiller - Tamiya or Gunze Sangyo plastic primers - Auto Primer-white or grey Plastic primers and auto primers should be lightly polished with 1000/1200 wet & dry paper to give a less absorbent smooth surface . Preparation and Spraying The surfaces to be painted must be thoroughly clean and free from dust,grease,oil and finger marks. Apply the correct primer for the type of Alclad being used. Alclad should be sprayed at 12-15PSI. Spray from a distance of 2-3 inches from the surface being painted using a narrow to medium width spray fan. Use the airbrush like a paint brush-aim to cover the model in a methodical manner. Buffing is not necessary-tonal variation can be made by polishing selected panels with Micromesh. Regular Alclad can be masked over and painted. Decal solutions can be used with Regular Alclad, but are not recommended for High Shine Alclad. Application Guide Lexan/Polycarbonate Car Body Shells The surface must be thoroughly cleaned-remove release agent, adhesive residue and finger marks. Regular Alclad- Apply 2-3 light coats back with any R/C paint. High Shine Alclad- Apply 2-3 light coats back with black or silver. Prismatic/Holomatic- Apply 2-3 light coats of Prismatic or Holomatic Spectral Chrome to the inside of a clean body shell. Allow to dry thoroughly then back with black or silver Water Based Paint.