Panel Line Accent Color Black

This is the 1.35fl oz (40ml) Bottle of Tamiya Panel Line Accent Paint in Clear Black.

Tamiya Panel Line Accent Color Black Hobby and Model Enamel Paint #87131
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Features :
  • Ideal for highlighting panel lines and othe details to give plasti models greater relism.
  • Applies over base coat of lacquer or acrylic paint.
  • Pre-diluted to the ideal viscosity and can be applied into crevise such as panel lines with the brush on bottle cap.
  • May be cleaned when dry using enamel cleaner.
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"So easy"
Rick P. (Henrietta, NY)
This stuff is amazing. Used it for the first time today- and very impressed with the results. So easy to use, and the results are well worth it. Just dab a little on, let gravity work- it runs very easily, filling in recessed lines. And if you make a mistake, or apply too much, just wipe it off with a Q-tip dipped in thinner. Wish I had discovered this stuff years ago

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Features

  • Ideal for highlighting panel lines and othe details to give plasti models greater relism.
  • Applies over base coat of lacquer or acrylic paint.
  • Pre-diluted to the ideal viscosity and can be applied into crevise such as panel lines with the brush on bottle cap.
  • May be cleaned when dry using enamel cleaner.

Specs

  • Tamiya Product Number: 87131

Includes

1.35fl oz (40ml) Bottle of Panel Line Accent Paint in Clear Black


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Reviews

  
 
"Really Great!"
monstaveros
This stuff is quite magical! I began using it only today, and I am already impressed! Simply dab the stock Tamiya brush/cap combo (just like from their cement bottles) onto a depressed panel line, and the thin enamel mixture immidiately dissipates across a very large area of the line! Only a few dabs were needed for me to cover the main panel line running across my Tamiya 1/48 scale Zero, and I wiped the excess away with some thinner on a cuetip. Great stuff! Don't know why this wasn't thought of sooner...

 
"Great wash"
ptelep
Excellent panel wash. I use odorless mineral spirits to carefully remove it. I've had best results applying it an acrylic gloss coat. The mineral spirits does not affect the gloss. I tried using Vallejo wash, but using water to remove it also begins to remove the gloss, creating a real mess. This is very good panel wash and super easy to clean up, even after leaving it on for 24 hours!

 
"A must-have for those doing vehicle/mech painting"
quasicoltd
This stuff is, quite simply, the easiest way to fill in panel lines and recesses in your models. The cap has a small brush attached, and the only thing you need to do is tap a small amount near the end of a line run, and it basically fills the whole line in by itself! Any run-over is easily cleaned up with a clean cloth, cotton swab, or a tiny bit of paint cleaner (unpainted only). This works best on models either before they are painted, or after a gloss coat is put on top. It CAN work on painted surfaces, but it doesn't run as evenly and should you need to clean up any excess, it is more difficult because the paint has a tenancy to absorb some of the liner ink. This product will give your models a LOT of extra depth and detail if used properly.

Comments

Plastic parts may become brittle after using Panel Line Accen colors. Avoid using on movable parts and take care when applyin to load bearing areas..

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