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 Posted: Mon Dec 24th, 2018 05:00 pm
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Mike Lemish
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Hello all! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I'm probably preaching to the choir but you may want to consider using liquid frisket tape to mask off small areas that you don't want painted. Often better than trying to tape it off.  I use this when air brushing models. It can be found at art supply stores and craft shops. It will shrink a bit when applied to metal but a second application usually is sufficient. Prost! Mike

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 Posted: Thu Jan 24th, 2019 08:09 pm
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Mark Olson
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I Thought about this method today, but have no experience with it.
A forum search revealed this post.
Does anyone else have other ideas? When I was a kid, we used wheel bearing grease to "mask" parts on our wheels that we didn't want to paint.

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 Posted: Thu Jan 24th, 2019 08:24 pm
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Hello Mark. Liquid frisket tape is for masking small areas. A large area you can tape off and do the perimeters in frisket tape. The material is used by modelers and artists that airbrush on paper. The adhesion property is like a post-it note. For fine areas you can use a "Microbrush" applicator that is also used by modelers. ARF! Mike

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