4oz. Bottle Grey Primer & Microfiller

This is the 4oz. Bottle Grey Primer & Microfiller by Alclad II.

Alclad 4oz. Bottle Grey Primer & Microfiller Hobby and Model Enamel Paint #302
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Alclad II Item # alc302
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  • Alclad Product Number: 302
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"Excellent primer"
ksalgangell
This primer/filler is great, Airbrush right out of the bottle. (No thinning) Model parts look much smoother, better finish after painting. Although it is a little more work cleaning the airbrush afterward. I highly recommend the use of this product. This color is a neutral grey so it does not affect the color of the paint.

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  • Alclad Product Number: 302

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"Nice product"
blessedbe1968
It is listed with enamel, but this is a lacquer primer that has good coverage but is very difficult to clean. When using with airbrush make sure that you have proper solvents to clean up immediately

 
"Best primer I have used."
mongoosedog240
This is by fare the best primer to ever go through my airbrush. Even with a slight bend in my needle this laid down incredibly smooth. It cover very light sand marks with no problem. Unlike most acrylic primers you can buff this out and really get a shiny undercoat. It is quite durable for how thin it lays down. Being a Lacquer, this can have any other kind off model paint put down on top of it (enamels and acrylics). The color of the primer is a nice flat (unbuffed) light grey. It will be the finished color on an upcoming Gundam kit.

 
"Excellent"
r00t61
I've gone through a number of primers over the years - hobby specific, automotive, general home improvement. From a rattle can, the best I've used would have to be Tamiya Fine Surface Primer. The downsides to a can are limited control, waste, and expense. I used to decant Tamiya primer, but this was generally a pain in the rear end. In bottle form, the best primer I've used until now would be Gunze Sango Mr. Surfacer 1200. Unfortunately it is even more expensive and difficult to find/import in the US. After using this Alclad stuff, though, I am sold. It sprays beautifully through my Iwata HP-C, leaving a perfect eggshell-like finish, with great coverage and no post-sanding necessary. I generally spray at 15-20 psi, and thin it 1:1 with generic lacquer thinner. It also comes in a nice glass bottle that can be re-used when empty.

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