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Acrylic Mini XF20 Medium Gray 1/3 oz

10ml Jar of Tamiya XF-20 Medium Gray color Acrylic Flat (Matte) Paint.

Tamiya Acrylic Mini XF20 Medium Gray 1/3 oz Hobby and Model Acrylic Paint #81720
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Volume: 10ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 81720
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cheny61 (Baton Rouge,La.)
A good paint for this project. A really good paint, It goes on smooth, with one coat.

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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: 81720

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"Good grey"
clunymike
This is one of many shades of grey (no pun intended). I think it works well on the underside of some planes, and for other applications that require a grey that isn't too light or dark. You may be thinking: 'why not just buy white and black and then get whatever shade of grey you want?' I would say it's good to get the specific shades for the sake of consistency. If you mix your own, the shades will always be just slightly different (which can be maddening if you're trying to touch up one little part). With this, you always get the same shade. The smaller pots aren't as good of a value as the 'oz., but they are still worth it if you're not planning on using it a lot. It's a really good paint for the airbrush, but it can also be used with normal brushes too. Its consistency is a bit on the thick side, but thins well with water (though Tamiya also makes an acrylic thinner that is better). For brush painting you should thin it to 5-6 parts paint to 1 part water to get a very nice brushstroke free look in 3-4 coats. For airbrushing, thin more. Very good paint.

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

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