Acrylic Mini XF23 Light Blue 1/3 oz

10ml Jar of Tamiya XF-23 Light Blue color Acrylic Flat (Matte) Paint.

Tamiya Acrylic Mini XF23 Light Blue 1/3 oz Hobby and Model Acrylic Paint #81723
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 Tamiya # tam81723
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Tamiya Item # tam81723
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

 
"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.

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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: 81723

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Reviews

  
 
"Very good paint"
clunymike
This is good light blue acrylic paint. To my eye it looks similar to the light blue used on WWII German planes, but perhaps a more discerning eye would disagree. The 10ml pot is small, but it's plenty to last a long time. Its consistency is a bit on the thick side. It thins well with water or Tamiya Acrylic thinner, 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 surface primer though as this can easily pull off of bare plastic with multiple brushstrokes. I've also learned that Tamiya paints are especially suited for airbrushes, however, I still get good results with both traditional brushes and airbrushes. My friend used it with a brush for the underside of a German WWI biplane with great results.

 
"A great paint, but an odd name for the shade in my opinion"
mh9162013
This is a Tamiya acrylic, so you're getting a high-quality paint. But I would say the shade is more of a light greyish blue. I know colors are a bit subjective, but pay attention to the color of the cap and not the name of the color for this paint.

 
"Top of the line paint"
bullhocky7234
Used a brush and it flowed smooth. Very few brush marks. The only thing I didn't like was it took two coats to cover an area well.

Comments

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

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