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No 61 Flesh - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0669 - No 61 Flesh - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 62 Leather - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0672 - No 62 Leather - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 63 Sand - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0686 - No 63 Sand - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 64 Light Grey - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0713 - No 64 Light Grey - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 65 Aircraft Blue - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0727 - No 65 Aircraft Blue - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 66 Olive Drab - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0730 - No 66 Olive Drab - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 67 Tank Grey - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0744 - No 67 Tank Grey - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 68 Purple - Gloss - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0758 - No 68 Purple - Gloss - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 69 Yellow - Gloss - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0761 - No 69 Yellow - Gloss - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 70 Brick Red - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0775 - No 70 Brick Red - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 71 Satin Oak - Satin - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0789 - No 71 Satin Oak - Satin - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 72 Khaki Drill - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0792 - No 72 Khaki Drill - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 73 Wine - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0802 - No 73 Wine - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 74 Linen - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0816 - No 74 Linen - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 75 Bronze Green - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0833 - No 75 Bronze Green - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 76 Uniform Green - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0847 - No 76 Uniform Green - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 77 Navy Blue - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0850 - No 77 Navy Blue - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 78 Cockpit Green - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0864 - No 78 Cockpit Green - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 79 Blue Grey - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
£2.19
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AA0878 - No 79 Blue Grey - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).
No 80 Grass Green - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
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AA0881 - No 80 Grass Green - Matt - Tinlet No 1 (14ml)
Humbrol has been the modellers standard for decades. Originally produced in a small range of colours for painting bike frames, it now comes in over 150 colours, and is perfect for modellers wishing to see a high quality and tough finish on their creations. Humbrol enamel can also be used on a wide range of art and craft applications, on many surfaces and as a touch up or surface paint around the home and for DIY applications. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage. Also available in larger 50ml and 125ml tins for bigger jobs Usage: A solvent-based, fast-dry paint developed for use on plastic model kits but which can also be used on other surfaces. This includes a wide range of surfaces including most plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, metal, cardboard, sealed plaster, sealed hardboard and more (always try on a small test area to check suitability) Coverage: 14ml tin covers approx.0.3m depending on thickness of application Application: Brush straight from the tin. Airbrush with a suitable thinner such as Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Two thin coats are preferable to one thick coat. The usual thinning ratio is 2 parts paint to 1 part thinner. Note that Metalcote colours are designed to be polished when fully dry. Drying time: Gloss: 1-2 hours. Matt Satin: 20-40 mins touch dry, up to 24 hours for hard dry. Metallics: hard dry in approx. 10 days. Drying times will vary according to ambient temperature and humidity. Recoat: 6 hours minimum (preferably overnight) How to clean: Brushes: use Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Airbrush: flush thoroughly using Humbrol Enamel Thinners. Product is permanent once dry. Matt, Satin, Gloss, Metallic, Metalcote and Clear finishes are available (finish varies by colour).


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