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Re: 59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61869

LT 59 like a needle !(Paint Needle) Syringe?

Ive seen them for chocolate. B)
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Re: 59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61872

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Horse1 AKA The GolFather wrote:
LT 59 like a needle !(Paint Needle) Syringe?

Ive seen them for chocolate. B)

yes sir, syringe style...I got mine at a local arts store. I like to coat the rubber seal on the plunger with a thin layer of vasaleen (sp?) so I dont have to push hardly at all to get the plunger to move the paint through the tip. Also you can add a bit of rubbing alcohol to the paint in the applicator to thin it a bit and give it more of a glassy finish

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Re: 59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61891

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I use both. Just used a tooth pick here. The needle I found for translucent paint to come out too quick. Maybe it was my needle
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Re: 59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61892

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PutterAddict wrote:
I use both. Just used a tooth pick here. The needle I found for translucent paint to come out too quick. Maybe it was my needle

good point, i didn't think about the translucent paint being "thinner" to start with

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Re: 59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61902

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LT59 wrote:
PutterAddict wrote:
use tamiya paint that you can find at a local hobby store, translucent. If you want solid colors, use Estes paint.

using a tooth pick, gently dab the paint and dab the are you want to fill. let dry overnight. TaDa!

Needle applicator is a bit "cleaner" than a toothpick and for this application nail polish would work great too

here's a Kombi i did with a Needle Applicator and walmart brand nail polish

Same on what I did for my SC Squareback. Used Tamiya translucent acrylic paint though. It's easy but you have to be patient with it to make it look prof done.

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LT59 wrote:
Horse1 AKA The GolFather wrote:
LT 59 like a needle !(Paint Needle) Syringe?

Ive seen them for chocolate. B)

yes sir, syringe style...I got mine at a local arts store. I like to coat the rubber seal on the plunger with a thin layer of vasaleen (sp?) so I dont have to push hardly at all to get the plunger to move the paint through the tip. Also you can add a bit of rubbing alcohol to the paint in the applicator to thin it a bit and give it more of a glassy finish

LT59

Thanks !!! B)
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