orcsoul Posted August 23, 2007 Share Posted August 23, 2007 So today I thought i'd be lazy and try my hand at spray priming some of my as of yet untouched 'test' mini's... of which all are plastics from GW... went out and got me a can of black duplicolor sandable, set my little station up, shook the can up real well for a while, and started sprayin from about 8-10in away in light coats. After maybe 4 light dustings of primer per side of the figure (questionable moment one) the figures were by and large evenly primed with only the difficult to get to undersides left with patches of unprimed surface. Deeming that acceptable, I departed for a number of hours to let the primer dry and set on the figures.. I get back after letting them dry indoors under constant air flow for a good 6 hours or so, and find that the primer hardly managed to adhere to the plastic. It's hardly more than a thick black coat of dust on the figures that rubs off almost in its entirety when touched. (questionable moment two) Is it something i did wrong? Something wrong with this specific can of primer? Something about plastic that duplicolor primer doesn't like? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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