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Tru-Color Paint is pleased to announce that part of the first colors to be released in our new military line of paints on Oct. 1, 2017 are those for U.S. Air Force jets used in SEA. These are designated as follows: TCP-1209 Fed. Std (FS) 34102 Light Green; TCP-1211 FS 36622 Gray; TCP-1212 FS 30219 (Sierra) Tan; and TCP-1213 FS 34079 Forest Green. All of these will be available in 1 oz. ($ 5.69 list) and 2 oz. ( $ 10.25 list) size bottles from your favorite hobby shop or directly from us.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

 

Martin Cohen, PhD

Tru-Color Paint

P.O. Box 74524

Phoenix, AZ 85087-4524

 

714-488-9779

 

 

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Are these paints enamels or acrylics? Can't seem to remember yhe add for them.

 

Bill

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They are "solvent" based: paints; not enamels, but NOT acrylic in any way, shape, or form.

 

GIL :smiley16:

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Bill:

 

Gil is correct, the Tru-Color Paint lines are all solvent based paints similar to an enamel. Drying time is 30-60 minutes depending on ambient temp. & humidity. They can be masked for 2nd or even 3rd color additions within 60 mins, after each application.

 

Our paint adhere very well to plastic, wood, pewter and Lexan (for R/C). On brass and other metals etching and priming is recommended.

 

Clean up is easy - use acetone for the air brush equipment. It dries in just a few minutes and you are ready to paint another color quickly. Our paints in the military line are ready to spray from the bottle, no thinning is required. However, if you do want to thin the paint, please use TCP-015, Thinner, as it is made with the same blend of solvents that our paint is produced with so it will not harm the finish or effect the drying time.

 

Trust this helps.

 

Martin Cohen, PhD

Tru-Color Paint

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Thank you for the information. Will have to give them a try.

 

Regards,

 

Bill

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