Help on Toy Paint removal and Types of Apoxies
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Help on Toy Paint removal and Types of Apoxies

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Hi , I am currently working on a bane action figure. The base body has a painted shirt on. How can I remove the paint on the body with stuff I can find at home? Thanks!

and would anyone recommend Magic Sculpt?

THANKS!

Posted by RandyJordan
on Sunday, July 29, 2012
User Comments
RandyJordan -
Friday, August 3, 2012
Thanks Guys! the nail polish help a bit but they're so left over scraps
Ole Jade Jaw -
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
I used magic Sculpt when I started out. It's very similar to the Aves apoxy sculpt. (not fixit sculpt though, that's different than both.)
Darththomas -
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
White Spirits or mineral spirits works well too, I soaked a figure in it for a good few hours and it didn't seem to affect the plastic of the figure.

I've never used Magic Sculpt but the testimonials on there website seem to be pretty positive
http://www.magicsculp.com/ms_testimonials.htm
mega_star_andro -
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Acetone can be found at Walmart for $1, It's the best way to remove paint from figures. Try soaking a qtip in it and then wiping off the paint in one direction. Practice on a figure that can be messed up until you get the hang of it.

Never heard of Magic Sculpt
getsa -
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
try using a small amount of acetone or nail polish remover. it would strip off the paint easily.

about the magic sculpt. I haven't tried it yet. I only use regular epoxy.

well. hope that helps.
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