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27-COLOR ARMOR/MILITARY/AUTO Weathering Pigment Set & Booklet #3-Doctor Ben's

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Armour Pack Industrial Weathering Pigment Set� #1310... Set of 27 Doctor Ben's Industrial Weathering Pigments�25% savings from individual purchases!... CLICK on the above image for Actual images of the Doctor Ben's IWP!... Included with this Industrial Pigment Set set is our *original* Doctor Ben's "How To #3: Weathering & Painting...
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Using this Doctor Ben's Weathering Pigment 27 Jar Set:Doctor Ben's Antique White Weathering Stain We sincerely believe that this is the most realistic topical application that you will ever find-guaranteed! Doctor Ben's Weathering Pigments are intensely strong but easily thinned with Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol (or water) to reduce its preferred intensity. Using Doctor Ben's Industrial Weathering Pigments is ideal for adding the realistic weathered look by applying this product dry with a stiff hobby brush or using the lid for the jar to create a pallet from which various intensities may be created to flow into cracks and crevasses creating the illusion of shadows and depth.

This 27-Color Weathering Pigment Sampler Set consists of twenty-seven assorted 2oz pigments (weighing 4-1/2 pounds) which may vary slightly from the pigments listed in the image. Each of the twenty-seven 2oz screw-top plastic jars are labeled with the Doctor Ben's Pigment name
and part number to easily refill the container when empty.

This product is a topical application that does not affect the surface integrity of the model. However, the more porous the surface, the more difficult it is to remove. This product has built in adhesive polymers that enable it to stick to any surface. Get too much on and want to remove it? Not a problem, use Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol to remove and try again.

Read about all the great uses in our How To #3 "Weathering & Painting Models w/Pigments" booklet and in our website Blog (June 2015 Archives). You will not be disappointed