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ABQ737EXP
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Touch up paint

Post by ABQ737EXP »

Morning everyone. I was wondering if any of you have found a good touch up paint for those dings nobody will notice but me lol. I am looking for the grey for B738. I'm gonna check the local hobby stores but wanted to get some input.

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Post by Winstonc »

For any part that I have made for my 737 I use Krylon Colormaster Gray ultra flat primer which is a very close match for Boeing gray.

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Post by N737AG »

I have used Gunship Grey .... also a pretty close match
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Post by jackpilot »

Yep Gunship Grey Tamiya ...darn close
Comes in handy small size spray
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Post by jonahbird »

In the UK we have DIY stores that will mix paint to match any colour. That is how I touch in and paint larger sections in my set up.

You guys must be able to do the same across the pond.
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Post by jackpilot »

Of course... :lol:
But you need a spray system to make a clean job.

The Tamiya cans are your best bet for small parts or even blank panels.
No mess, no brush.
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