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Spray Lacquer TS63 NATO Black 3 oz

100ml Can of Tamiya TS-63 NATO Black Synthetic Lacquer Paint.

Tamiya Spray Lacquer TS63 NATO Black 3 oz Hobby and Model Lacquer Paint #85063
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Volume: 100ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 85063
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"Nato Black"
gmpodolak94
This is my favorite black that Tamiya makes; I have used it both in an airgun and Spray. It has a very nice, not glossy finish. It's a little bit different in shade as compared to rubber black.

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Features

These cans of spray paint are extremely useful for painting large surfaces. The paint is a synthetic lacquer that cures in a short period of time. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is enough to fully cover 2 or 3, 1/24 scale sized car bodies. Tamiya spray paints are not affected by acrylic or enamel paints. Therefore, following the painting of the entire assembly, details can be added or picked out using enamel and/or acrylic paints. By combining three different paints, the decoration of plastic models will become simpler and more effective.


Specs

Volume: 100ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 85063



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"An alternative to true black"
jjbeans
I have always been very satisfied with the Tamiya line of spray paints, and I am very glad that Tamiya have brought back NATO Black into their line of paints. It is nice to have a black paint that is not a pure black paint (it appears to be a very-very dark green). In some applications this give a more realistic look than a pure black. I have even used it on a stock 1951 Chevy and it looks great after I polished it and also applied a gloss-clear lacquer over it.

 
"Not a solid black"
Felgenhauer98
I love Tamiya paints. Fast drying, smooth spraying, user friendly. This black is not a solid black however. It almost looks like a VERY dark green when first applied. You get used to it once its completely covered but it not a true black in my opinion.
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