Acrylic XF2 Flat White 3/4 oz

23ml Jar of Tamiya XF-2 White color Acrylic Flat (Matt) Paint.

Tamiya Acrylic XF2 Flat White 3/4 oz Hobby and Model Acrylic Paint #81302
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Tamiya Item # tam81302
Specifications :

Volume: 23ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 81302
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"Not bad"
I normally have great things to say about Tamiya products, this is one that is not the case. Though the color and shade is perfect, exactly what i needed (and wanted Tamiya expecting the normal great aspects), it is very thin, and does not apply well. It requires 4 or 5 coats to get a solid layer on it, but it is not consistent. Maybe a primer would make it better.

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  • Can be used on styrol resins, styrofoam, wood, plus all of the common model plastics.
  • Covers well, flows smoothly with no blushing or fading, and can be blended easily.


Volume: 23ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 81302

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"Great paint"
I hate painting anything with white paint as it takes coat after coat to have a decent opaque finish. This is the first white paint that I have used that had a good first coat. I highly recommend this paint to anyone because I have not found another white paint that offers the same kind of coverage.

"Excellent product, be careful with thinning."
Excellent color and density, white, for whatever reason requires less thinner than the other paints. I would recommend using only about half the thinner normally used for darker shades.

"Good white paint"
This is good white acrylic paint. It’s in a good sized pot, and 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 5-7 coats. It needs the extra coats because it’s white, and everything shows through. Definitely use a surface primer though as this can easily pull off of bare plastic with multiple brushstrokes. I would still recommend thinning it to avoid visible brushstrokes. Also the surface primer will help conceal the color of the plastic allowing you to use fewer coats. Probably white acrylics are pretty standard, but I like the price, value and quality of this one.


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

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