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Badger Air-Brush Co. SNR-161 Stynylrez, 16 Ounce, White
- Simple and easy application, Self leveling detail enhancing coverage
- Excellent adhesion and durability, Dries to a hard flat finish
- For use on plastics, metals, woods, resin, various other substrates, Simple and easy clean up
- The perfect prime, every time available in white gray and black
- Proudly bottled and made in the USA
- IF THIS PRODUCT FREEZES IT MAY BECOME UNUSABLE. DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT IF IT MAY BE EXPOSED TO EXTREME COLD TEMPERATURES DURING DELIVERY. DOING SO IS DONE AT CUSTOMER'S OWN RISK.
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IF THIS PRODUCT FREEZES IT MAY BECOME UNUSABLE. DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT IF IT MAY BE EXPOSED TO EXTREME COLD TEMPERATURES DURING DELIVERY. DOING SO IS DONE AT CUSTOMER'S OWN RISK. For the perfect prime every time use Badger Air-Brush Co. 's new Stynylrez ready to use primer. Stynylrez water based acrylic polyurethane is an easy to apply surface primer that dries to a hard flat finish. Stynylrez Primer can be applied to a variety of plastics, metal, woods, resins and various other substrates; simple and easy application, simple easy cleanup. It is self-leveling, detail enhancing, coverage provides excellent adhesion and durability. Three colors -white, gray and black - are offered for the unique needs of the professional airbrush artist and hobbiest. Stynylrez primer meets ASTMD-4236 standards. Made in the U. S. A. Not recommended for use by children ages 14 and under without adult supervision.
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The 'trick' is getting it to adhere in a smooth, solid layer, rather than running and congealing in details. On plastic, it takes a light dusting or two to get some initial tooth, then subsequent (light!) layers can provide the necessary coverage. The instructions state to keep layering until the underlying color of the material is no longer visible, but with white primer that's too much. Three very light layers does it and then the model is ready for painting.
it's worth noting.,.. badger airbrushes are awesome, and i love mine... Just not their paints. It's also worth noting that if this was just a bad batch, their primer is the best i have found.