Model Paint Stirrer (2)

This is a Package of Two Paint Stirrers from Tamiya.

Tamiya Model Paint Stirrer (2) #74017
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Length: 5.9" (15cm)

  • Tamiya Product Number: 74017
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  • Stainless steel tool is designed for stirring bottled paints and for blending different color shades.
  • One end is shaped like a small spoon, while the other is flat like a spatula.
  • Carded packaging.


Length: 5.9" (15cm)

  • Tamiya Product Number: 74017


Two Metal Paint Stirrers.

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"No bubbles included"
mmthrax (Plano, TX)
This is the best stir stick ever. The paddle really allows you to incorporate the pigment without introducing air as you stir. I paddle back and forth, then stir in a circle and very quickly you have a consistent mixture. The beak/scoop on the other side is good for digging in the recesses of jars and also doubles as a measuring spoon for mixing colors or loading the airbrush cup. Very useful. Highly recommended.

"Stirring Things Up"
brummbaer2 (Greensboro NC)
This Tamiya paint stirrer comes in a two-pack of identical, stainless-steel stirrers. The stirrer design has one rounded, cupped end, and one square-tipped paddle end which is broad enough to keep the tool from rolling, separated by a comfortably long round handle, with a total length of 15 cm (6 inches). Thus equipped, the modeler can get into most tight corners and scrape loose collected pigment from around the bottom of most paint containers. Clean-up should be easy, and even dried paint should loosen from the stirrer in solvent and come off without damaging the stainless steel. This stirrer also looks like it could be used as a putty applicator or sculpting tool if the need arose. The only caution I have is that the flat, paddle end is a bit sharp with pointed corners, so maybe children should learn to use it under adult supervision unless you can carefully file the corners and end into a smoother finish.

"great little tool"
iraqiwildman (Jefferson City, MO)
these work really good to stir and assist in pouring paint. Also the curved end works to smooth out putty.

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