As opposed to other liquid mask products, Master Mask is very thick and excellent for painting on with a fine brush or even dabbing with a tooth pick. It's great for masking small features, such as windows, when masking tape would be too difficult to apply. I've found that with a good two to three coats over scale windows, I can prime and paint a model completely, then come back and remove the latex mask. It removes pretty easily, by either rubbing with a finger, or some scrapping with a soft, pliant tool, even a tooth pick.
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When used with butyrate canopies, the combination of Master Mask and lacquer-based paints (LustreKote, Chevron, etc), the paint may attack the MasterMask and etch through to the surface of the canopy causing damage to the canopy. MasterMask alone alone will NOT attack butyrate, and it will NOT react with enamel- or acrylic-based paints (example: paint butyrate canopies with enamel or acrylic paints when using MasterMask).