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Alclad 125 RAF High Speed Silver 1oz Alclad 125 RAF High Speed Silver 1oz
$16.99
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Alclad 125 RAF High Speed Silver 1oz
Alclad 1oz Holomatic Spectral Chrome ALC-205 Alclad 1oz Holomatic Spectral Chrome ALC-205
$39.99
In stock

Description

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Overview

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. 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. Alclad Holomatic Spectral Chrome should be applied over Alclad Gloss Black Base. Apply 1-2 light coats. When completely dry finish with 2-3 coats of Water Based Clear. Application Guide for Lexan/Polycarbonate Body Shells: 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.

Alclad Airbrush Cleaner 4oz ALC-307 Alclad Airbrush Cleaner 4oz ALC-307
$7.99
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Overview

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. 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.

Alclad Airframe Aluminium 1oz ALC-119 Alclad Airframe Aluminium 1oz ALC-119
$16.99
In stock

Description

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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.

Alclad Aluminium 1oz ALC-101 Alclad Aluminium 1oz ALC-101
$16.99
In stock

Description

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Overview

Aluminium- Regular 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.

Alclad Aqua Gloss 4oz ALC-600 Alclad Aqua Gloss 4oz ALC-600
$18.99
In stock

Description

OverviewAlclad 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.Plastic primers and auto primers should be lightly polished with 1000/1200 wet & dry paper to give a less absorbent smooth surface.Preparation and SprayingThe 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.
Alclad Armoured Glass Tint 1oz ALC-408 Alclad Armoured Glass Tint 1oz ALC-408
$13.99
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Overview

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. 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.

Alclad Black Chrome 1oz Alclad Black Chrome 1oz
$16.99
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Alclad Black Primer & Microfiller ALC-309 Alclad Black Primer & Microfiller ALC-309
$16.99
In stock

Description

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Overview

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. 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.

Alclad Burnt Iron 1oz ALC-121 Alclad Burnt Iron 1oz ALC-121
$16.99
In stock

Description

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Overview

Regular 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.

Alclad Candy Bottle Green ALC-707 Alclad Candy Bottle Green ALC-707
$16.99
In stock

Description

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Overview

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. 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. Candy Enamel top coats: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Apply over Alclad Bright Silver Candy Base. Spray light coat at 20-25PSI. Wait 5 minutes. Apply further even coasts. Allow 5 minutes between each coat. Leave to cure for 2 hours before handling.

Alclad Candy Bright Silver Base ALC-701 Alclad Candy Bright Silver Base ALC-701
$18.99
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Overview

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. 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. Bright Silver Candy Base: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Surfaces must be completely clean. Apply 1 medium coat at 20-30PSI to clean bare plastic. Dry time 15-30 minutes. As the carrier evaporates the shine will develop. Allow to cure for 1 hour before coating with Alclad Candy Enamels. Avoid using in excessively damp or humid conditions. Finger marks on the bare plastic will appear in the final finish.

Alclad Candy Cobalt Blue ALC-710 Alclad Candy Cobalt Blue ALC-710
$16.99
In stock

Description

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Overview

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. 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. Candy Enamel top coats: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Apply over Alclad Bright Silver Candy Base. Spray light coat at 20-25PSI. Wait 5 minutes. Apply further even coasts. Allow 5 minutes between each coat. Leave to cure for 2 hours before handling.

Alclad Candy Electric Blue ALC-709 Alclad Candy Electric Blue ALC-709
$16.99
In stock

Description

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Overview

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. 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. Candy Enamel top coats: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Apply over Alclad Bright Silver Candy Base. Spray light coat at 20-25PSI. Wait 5 minutes. Apply further even coasts. Allow 5 minutes between each coat. Leave to cure for 2 hours before handling.

Alclad Candy Emerald Green ALC-708 Alclad Candy Emerald Green ALC-708
$16.99
In stock

Description

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Overview

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. 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. Candy Enamel top coats: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Apply over Alclad Bright Silver Candy Base. Spray light coat at 20-25PSI. Wait 5 minutes. Apply further even coasts. Allow 5 minutes between each coat. Leave to cure for 2 hours before handling.

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Alclad 125 RAF High Speed Silver 1oz

Description

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Overview

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. 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. Alclad Holomatic Spectral Chrome should be applied over Alclad Gloss Black Base. Apply 1-2 light coats. When completely dry finish with 2-3 coats of Water Based Clear. Application Guide for Lexan/Polycarbonate Body Shells: 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.

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

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. 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.

Description

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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.

Description

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Overview

Aluminium- Regular 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.

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OverviewAlclad 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.Plastic primers and auto primers should be lightly polished with 1000/1200 wet & dry paper to give a less absorbent smooth surface.Preparation and SprayingThe 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.

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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

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. 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.

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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.

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

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. 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.

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

Regular 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.

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

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. 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. Candy Enamel top coats: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Apply over Alclad Bright Silver Candy Base. Spray light coat at 20-25PSI. Wait 5 minutes. Apply further even coasts. Allow 5 minutes between each coat. Leave to cure for 2 hours before handling.

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

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. 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. Bright Silver Candy Base: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Surfaces must be completely clean. Apply 1 medium coat at 20-30PSI to clean bare plastic. Dry time 15-30 minutes. As the carrier evaporates the shine will develop. Allow to cure for 1 hour before coating with Alclad Candy Enamels. Avoid using in excessively damp or humid conditions. Finger marks on the bare plastic will appear in the final finish.

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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

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. 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. Candy Enamel top coats: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Apply over Alclad Bright Silver Candy Base. Spray light coat at 20-25PSI. Wait 5 minutes. Apply further even coasts. Allow 5 minutes between each coat. Leave to cure for 2 hours before handling.

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

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. 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. Candy Enamel top coats: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Apply over Alclad Bright Silver Candy Base. Spray light coat at 20-25PSI. Wait 5 minutes. Apply further even coasts. Allow 5 minutes between each coat. Leave to cure for 2 hours before handling.

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

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. 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. Candy Enamel top coats: Shake thoroughly before use. Do not thin. Apply over Alclad Bright Silver Candy Base. Spray light coat at 20-25PSI. Wait 5 minutes. Apply further even coasts. Allow 5 minutes between each coat. Leave to cure for 2 hours before handling.