How to: Spray Can Painting Made Easy

Aug 24, 2011 No Comments by

When you start building models that have formed plastic and/or fiberglass parts such as the engine cowl, wingtips, and wheel pants, you’ll be faced with the additional task of painting them to match the rest of your model. Spray painting is a convenient and simple way to finish these formed parts, but unless you take the time to prepare them properly, your new paint job can peel and chip away after a few flights. Here’s a surefire way to achieve a long-lasting, attractive paint job with a minimum of effort.

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