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Acrylic/Poly Thinner X20A 8.5 oz

This is a 250ml Bottle of Tamiya color Acrylic Paint (Thinner).

Tamiya Acrylic/Poly Thinner X20A 8.5 oz Hobby and Model Acrylic Paint #81040
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  • Volume: 250ml
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"Perfect for Tamiya Paints"
Hulksmasher123
This was literally formulated by chemists to work well with Tamiya acrylics and it does. It's not pricey at all considering how much thinned paint is actually used when airbrushing. Having around 3-4 bottles of this stuff should let you thin the entire range of Tamiya gloss acrylics and a good amount of the flat colors, too. It sprays perfectly smooth with a 1:1 ratio in my Iwata Revolution CR. I use 12 psi.

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Features

  • Made from water-soluble acrylic resins and are excellent for eithe brush or spray painting..
  • Can be used on styrol resins, styrofoam, wood, plus all of the commo model plastics..
  • It covers well, flows smoothly with no blushing or fading, and ca be blended easily..
  • Plastic bottle with a screw-on lid..
  • Paint number X-20A on the Tamiya Color Chart..

Specs

  • Volume: 250ml

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One Bottle of Acrylic Paint (Thinner)


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"It works"
Matt M.
I use this thinner a lot for airbrushing acrylic paints of course It works good with the Model master acrylics as well as Tamiya paints and I've even thinned down acrylic crafting paints and added a touch of clear coat into the paint mixture for a nice durable finish that don't scratch off I recommend this thinner for airbrushing it gives your paints a nice even smooth surface that you'll want you can't go wrong with this thinner and it don't fumigate the house as bad like rubbing alcohol does no more using that I'll stick with this instead for now on no problems .

 
"Can't Live Without"
snod
This is the best cleaner I have used yet. I just can't paint without it. Pros- I love Tamiya paints and us them when ever I can. There cleaner is the best. I even us it on my Testors paints. Cons- none. It might be a little high in price, but saves a lot in replacing paint brushes, paint guns and parts.

 
"Tamiya acrylic/poly thinner X20A"
erwinm4550
While X20A does what it's supposed to do very well, using it for thinning and airbrush cleaning is an expensive proposition. I found a home brew recipe on the internet that is easy to concoct, is much less expensive, and (for me, at least) works just as well. I'll be using the home mix for cleaning my airbrush and the X20A exclusively for thinning, but when I finish this bottle I'll go to the home made mix for both cleaning and as a thinner. PRO: Works very well. CON: Too pricey. I recommend it if you want to Tamiya products exclusively.

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