Plastic Styrene Plain Sheet .020x6x12 (3)

This Package Contains Three White Styrene Plastic .020" Thick Plain Sheets from Evergreen Scale Models.

Evergreen Plastic Styrene Plain Sheet .020x6x12 (3) Model Railroad Scratch Building Supply #9020
 Evergreen # evg9020
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Evergreen Item # evg9020
Specifications :
  • Thickness: .020" (.5mm)
  • Sheet Size: 6" x 12"
  • Evergreen Product Number: 9020
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"Styrene Sheets"
Good product. Very useful in completing layout. Used under buildings and for roadways. Easy to paint and easy to cut to desired size. 6 x 12 sheets fit perfect under a large number of buildings on my train layout.

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  • Great for many scratch modeling needs
  • -Model Railroading
  • -Architectural Models
  • -Military Models
  • -Industrial Models
  • -Miniatures
  • -Ships and Planes
  • This white styrene sheet may be bonded and painted.
  • A wood grain appearance my be created easily.
  • Nearly any type of weathering can be applied to a painted styrene surface.
  • Sturdy and durable.
  • User friendly, economical, and high quality styrene enhances scratch model building techniques.
  • Instructions for uses on back of package.


  • Thickness: .020" (.5mm)
  • Sheet Size: 6" x 12"
  • Evergreen Product Number: 9020


Three Styrene Plain Sheets

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Modeling Knife
  • Bonding Solvent (Refer to Package)
  • Paint Materials (Refer to Package)
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"plastic plain sheet styrene"
I use these sheets when building model cars item has never let me down

"a must have"
justinbishop1987 (Muskegn Mi)
i have a few different sizes of this sheet and i use it all the time. i have used it to build so many things like tool boxes, a 2 post hoist for 1/24 or 1/25 scale models, inner fenders on models a enclosed trailer and alot of other things. i cant go with out this anymore. the only thing i wish i knew before buying this is make sure you have a straight edge and new blades. also dont try to cut all the way through on your first pass make a few passes and it will make a better cut. if you need to bend it i found using a tea candle (those little candles that have the tin cup that its in) and heat it up slowly. i suggest trying some test pieces before you do something you put work in .

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