Flat Rubber 1/4 oz

This is a 1/4oz (7.5ml) glass jar of Enamel Paint from Testors.

Testors Flat Rubber 1/4 oz Hobby and Model Enamel Paint #1183t
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  • Testors Product Number: 1183T
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Spotlight Review

 
"Good Flat Rubber Coloring,Need a Larger Bottle"
davidnweber (Del Rio, Tx)
This paint is good at mimicking an older tire that is exposed to the elements. It just needs to come in 1/2 oz. like other paints are offered from Testors. If looking for a newer tire color, go with flat black.

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Features

  • Made of enamel and are flammable and toxic..
  • Can be used for Models: Ceramic, Plastic, Leathe Household: Stone, Metal, Styrofoa Crafts: Wax, Glass, Pape Figures: Fabric, Wood.
  • Not recommended for: vinyl, polyethylene or polypropylene plastics..
  • Excellent for either brush painting or air brushing if thinned..
  • Covers well, flows smoothly with no blushing or fading, and can b blended easily..
  • Jar will not accept standard airbrush lid..
  • Cleans up with enamel thinner #1148..
  • Contains No Lead..

Specs

  • Testors Product Number: 1183T

Includes

One 1/4oz (7.5ml) jar of Enamel Gloss Red


Requirements & Suggestions

  • Paint Brush or Airbrush to apply to model.
  • Eye, Lung and Skin protection.
  • Enamel Thinner (TESR2148)
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Reviews

  
 
"tank track tires"
jrmiddelstadt (St. Cloud, MN)
I used this to paint the track tires on 3 different tanks, instead of the flat black called for in the instructions. It made them look more realistic, especially when showing the wear and tear of combat.

 
"A better burnt umber"
mark.nickelson
This is a better burnt umber than burnt umber, and can be used anywhere you'd previously have used a now-discontinued railroader's flat roof brown.

 
"Decent simulation of rubber coloring."
mike
This particular color does a decent job of simulating older rubber, for a more modern rubber it is a bit on the brown side. For vintage components like aircraft tires it will do the job, but for a more modern piece of equipment like a rubber hose found on a more modern car you have to add a darker hue such as flat black in order to make the color a bit darker to get the proper appearance. This particular paint is marketed as being flat, but in my experience with the paint it tends to be more of a semi-gloss finish, so if you want the true flat appearance you will likely have to apply a flat finishing coat onto it in order to make it appear appropriately flat. Out of the jar it tends to have the vintage coloring for rubber, but the finish appears a bit new compared to the color, but as I said that is easy to fix by applying a flat top-coat.

Comments

  • Keep out of the reach of children..
  • Highly Flammable Paint..
  • Brush large areas in one direction..
  • Paint dries to touch in one hour..
  • For Glosscote, use TESR3161..
  • For 3oz spray can, use TESR2402..

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