Tamiya PS-1 White Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)

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This is a 100ml can of Tamiya PS-1 White Lexan Spray Paint. These spray paints were developed especially for decorating transparent polycarbonate bodies used in R/C car modeling. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is the appropriate amount for finishing one 1/10 scale model.

Painting polycarbonate bodies is done from the inside of the body shell as opposed to the outside of a traditional plastic model. When spraying body from the inside, keep the can about 30cm from the surface. After curing apply another coat as necessary. These paints are impervious to oil and fuels, so they can be safely used on gas-powered R/C bodies.

Warning: Never use these paints on plastic models.

This product was added to our catalog on May 18, 2009

ricco guilin
Tuesday, Nov 12 2013 (about 10 years ago)
Tamiya PS-1 White Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
I love this paint it's a bright white, it dries super fast and is strong
james comley
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jul 23 2022 (about a year ago)
Tamiya PS-1 White Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
Tamiya makes high quality paints that look great. I never have any problems with their spray paint products.
Steve Extance
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jan 23 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Tamiya PS-1 White Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
Tamiya paint is the only way to go! Colors and quality can’t be beat.
Dru Dokken
Verified Owner
Thursday, May 28 2020 (about 3 years ago)
Tamiya PS-1 White Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
i have used this paint for all my bodies and it works awesome and doesn't chip and also lasts awhile
Aiden Kang
Sunday, Dec 10 2017 (about 6 years ago)
Tamiya PS-1 White Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
I don't understand the dude who left 5 star. This paint destroyed my entire paint job. after all other colors done with airbrush, started spraying this entire body. Then lots of spots on the body started cracking to form spider webs. It lifted the other paints. They had been completely dry. Last 2 times, light taps on the body during race cracked the paint off the body. It wouldn't have happened w/o the Tamiya white. I asked around and lots of guys had same experience. If you take your time to design and paint the body, do NOT use this. Worst of the worst. Generally Tamiya spray paint's not consistent. If you get lucky, you're alright but lots of times, some sprays are very watery, spotty or like the white. Paints for the airbrush seem fine but not spray cans.
Update: I discovered that this has different base than some other brands' paints. Lesson I learned is to stick with one brand.