All Zero Paints primers, clearcoats and paints are specifically formulated for airbrush use only. They are already pre-thinned, and no additional thinner is needed. The paint can be used on RC polycarbonate body but will not flex and might crack in a crash.
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, Zero Paints' product supply is experiencing significant delays. If the product is not currently in stock, the supply may take longer than the indicated dates.Acrylic solvent-based
paints (containing Toluene), already prethinned for airbrush usage
with nozzles sizes from 0.3mm upwards, and specifically formulated for modelers
that need the best possible match to the colors of every actual road and track vehicles
. It's formulated as double-coating paint
, so it needs to be coated or lacquered after its application, and you could find different finishes
along Zero Paints ranges linked to the suffix in the name: "metallic", "mica", "pearl" or "candy" for pearlescent colors, or "solid"/unspecified for solids. Please refer to Zero Paints FAQ
for detailed usage instructions.
Additional details for the Fire Engine Red Feuerwehrrot for Mercedes-Benz 300SL - Year 1955 - Code: DB534
paint for airbrush:
- Manufactured by Zero Paints with reference ZP-1296-DB534.
- To be used with airbrush.
- Package measures 49 mm x 86 mm x 49 mm (width x depth x height), weighting 140 g.
- Product contains 1 x 60ml. Shipping restrictions may apply to certain countries (more info at our FAQ)
- Featured in newsletters 185 and 187.
This item is not suitable for children under 18 years old. SpotModel recommend this item for advanced modellers and professionals with high experience on building cars and bikes. Read carefully all instructions.