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Badger Air-Brush SNR-210 Stynylrez Water Based Acrylic Polyurethane 3-Color Primer, 2-Ounce, White/Gray/Black,
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- Self leveling primer Simple and easy application 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
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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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It could also be something in the airbrushing technique, because most of the professional painters I know swear by Badger products. Maybe I'm just using it wrong. But I was so unimpressed, I gave the grey and white bottles to a friend of mine who is upgrading from GW's clumpy primer garbage. I would use Stynylrez if I had nothing else, but I would personally recommend Army Painter more.