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Hello everyone I've heard great things about badgers stynylrez primer. I've seen in several posts here people have been using it brush poo n without an air brush and had some questions for those who do. Ty in advance for your answers.

Do you thin it at all?

Should I go for full coverage like a spray primer or is it ok if grey plastic shows through?

Do you prefer it to other primer? 

Any general tips? 


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No thinning. At least as a brush-on, it covers as fully as any paint.


I prefer it to other primers because it flows better than other brush-on primers -- and it's less expensive since it comes in 2 oz. or larger bottles. You can also be lazy and paint from the cap. I've also used the primer as paint, though I paint to advanced tabletop.


Don't forget to own a brown primer. I find brown useful for wooden bits, and as an undercoat for dirty nasty monsters.



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