Use Testors Dullcote to protect your finished work and use over the top of a gloss varnish for extra protection for gaming projects, enhance your finished project with this permanent, flat lacquer finish. It reduces sheen and light reflection, while providing invisible protection. Dries in minutes and creates a true dull finish.
Krylon Flat Clear, available at Wal-Mart is a spray on equivalent, and a lot cheaper then Dullcote. So, continuing in the TMP tradition, I am answering your title, but not your text queestion.
If you have to thin your dullcote, glosscote or Future, you have an issue with your airbrush. They are VERY thin to begin with, due to their nature. That said, some are thicker than others. PollyScale can be thinned with alcohol, with Testors Dullcote you can use Model Master thinner, #1159 thinner or a quality lacquer thinner.
1) Testors Dullcote via spray can Testors started making their top coats with the same label. Look for a barcode & label on the cap or the product number on the bottom. Dullcote is #1260 Testors Dullcote is widely available at model shops around the United States and very easy to use. Simply shake the can well and spray on.
The best match I've found so far is Testors (not > ModelMaster) "Blue" - looks a few shades too dark but adding some > white should help - but I'd prefer a ready mixed color and a > harder drying paint. All suggestions welcome. > > Thanks, > > Don Model Car world makes both the blue and the orange colors you need in lacquer. Perfect matches.
May 07, 2017 · Next up they will be varnished in gloss (Tamiya Clear X22), left for two days to cure and then given a matt varnish with Testors Dullcote. Final touches will be flocking of their bases. Eureka include a standard bearer with each Japanese squad and I thought it would be a nice feature to add a flag.
Jul 10, 2015 · Ive been using Testors Dullcoat and Glosscoat since the early 1970s, but would prefer to switch to a single companies acrylic base for gloss and matt finishes. Ive used Pledge for glossing, but still end up using Dullcoat for my matt finishes. I came across a video by Bobby Waldron on using Winds...