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    I would like to buy some Plasti-Kote Orange Glow and Yellow Glow paint for float tips.

    I have been to Hobbycraft, B & Q and Homebase.

    All stock the Plasti-Kote range, but not these colours.

    Does anyone know where I can get them?

    I live in Warrington and work in Bolton, so anywhere near would be convenient.
    PaSC Junior Development Officer ><((((°>

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007


    Try the model shop again and ask them order the colours you want, if they don't then B&amp;Q will do it.

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    Cheers Ray. Sometimes I wonder where my common sense goes [img]/forum/smilies/i_dont_know_smiley.gif[/img]
    PaSC Junior Development Officer ><((((°>

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    Wolfman Woody Guest


    Don't forget Humbrol Acrylic Paint. Waterproof once it's dried and perfick for floats.

    Don't forget to put on a white base coat too!

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    The same places sell humbrol, but not in the dayglow colours Woody.

    Great if you want duck egg blue for the underside of a model Spitfire though.
    PaSC Junior Development Officer ><((((°>

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    HI MATT. i work for B&amp;Q blackpool im sure we sell it phone the store on 01253 798111 you should be able to order it from of the warrington stores or bolton its about 6.98

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    I think the &pound;6.98 is for the large aerosol brewart.

    I'm after the small brush on pots (about &pound;3.50 I think).

    I'll pop in and ask them to order them for me.
    PaSC Junior Development Officer ><((((°>

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    Get the large aerosol Matt,...just in case Spiders or I need to find you in the dark...again!!!
    He is every other inch a gentleman.

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    From what I understand Matt already has a large aerosol !!!![img]/forum/smilies/smile_smiley.gif[/img] Although why you would wish to search for it in the dark is beyond me.......

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    Wolfman Woody Guest


    Forgot all about my artistic side, but just remembered this.

    They are artists paints, very fine quality, but will work just as well as Humbrol.

    Then again -See this

    Google it! Let your fingers do the walking.

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