Acrylic Mini XF5 Flat Green 1/3 oz

10ml Jar of Tamiya XF-5 Green color Acrylic Flat (Matte) Paint.

Tamiya Acrylic Mini XF5 Flat Green 1/3 oz Hobby and Model Acrylic Paint #81705
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 Tamiya # tam81705
$2.50
 
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Tamiya Item # tam81705
Features :
  • These handy paints for hobby use are made from water-soluble acrylic resins and are completely safe.
  • Can be used on most common model plastics such as styrol resin and styrofoam.
  • Paint can be washed away with plain water if done prior to curing.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Great color"
srpullen10
I use this to mix with another color. It's tamiya paint so you know it's the best.

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Features

  • These handy paints for hobby use are made from water-soluble acrylic resins and are completely safe.
  • Can be used on most common model plastics such as styrol resin and styrofoam.
  • Paint can be washed away with plain water if done prior to curing.

Specs

Volume: 10ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 81705

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Reviews

  
 
"Best model paint by far"
Felgenhauer98
Tamiya makes the hobby paint on the planet. Its so easy to work with. The coverage is awesome. At first, coming from Testors, I was hesitant because Testors is so thin and barely covers. Once I used it, it was a game changer. I will be switching all my paints to Tamiya.

 
"A high-quality Tamiya acrylic"
mh9162013
If you've used a Tamiya acrylic before, this is no different, besides its shade. Despite its name, it's more of a dark or forest green. If you want a more prototypical green color, like the Kelly Green, this is not the paint you want.

 
"Mean and green!"
clunymike
This is good basic green acrylic paint. It's in a smaller sized pot but it's plenty to last a long time. It's a really good paint for the airbrush, however, I still get good results with both traditional brushes. Its consistency is a bit on the thick side. It thins well with water, and if you thin it to 5-6 parts paint to 1 part water it will give a very nice brushstroke free look in 3-4 coats. Definitely use a white surface primer though as this can easily pull off of bare plastic with multiple brushstrokes. For airbrushing, thin more and use Tamiya's acrylic thinner. This green has a great price, value and quality.

Comments

Thin using Tamiya Thinner: 23ml (tam81020), 46ml (tam81030), 250ml (tam81040)

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