Tamiya PS-27 Fluorescent Yellow Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)

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This is a 100ml can of Tamiya PS-27 Fluorescent Yellow Lexan Spray Paint. These spray paints were developed especially for decorating transparent polycarbonate bodies used in R/C car modeling. Each can contains 100ml (3oz) 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

Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 12 2020 (about 4 years ago)
Tamiya PS-27 Fluorescent Yellow Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
Tamiya paints have consistently been my favorite for painting RC bodies. I've tried all the other brands and Tamiya's are the most consistent and smooth. I use this fluorescent yellow quite a bit, it works great. If you want a fluorescent look you don't need to put tons of coats on, just enough to evenly cover the inside of the body. It is transparent so it will not, nor should it look thick when applied. After evenly coating the surface you then spray a layer (not too thick) of white to "back" the fluorescent color which will make it "pop". 1 light coat of this fluorescent yellow backed by 1 light coat of white, your paint should last long enough to paint several bodies whether 1/8th or 1/10th scale.
1) Clean body prior to painting by running under the sink w/ warm water and dish soap.
2) Let air dry completely (DO NOT WIPE DRY).
3) Paint thin light coats as opposed to thick coats. The paint will bond much better if painted in several light coats.
4) Paint when air is not too humid and temperature is above about 55 degrees. 65 - 75 is much better temperature to paint at.
james comley
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jul 23 2022 (about a year ago)
Tamiya PS-27 Fluorescent Yellow Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
I am very happy with the quality of Tamiya paints.
Thursday, Aug 31 2017 (about 6 years ago)
Tamiya PS-27 Fluorescent Yellow Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
Good paint. I got it to do a black and yellow paint job on my Guardian body. The paint seemed to be more of a green base to it. Truck looks good but not the effect i was going for.
André Kriel
Sunday, Apr 23 2017 (about 6 years ago)
Tamiya PS-27 Fluorescent Yellow Lexan Spray Paint (100ml)
I bought this exact can in a hobby shop in Houston. I absolutely loved the color and the quality of the paint. The only issue was that one can wasn't quite enough to cover what I wanted on my 1/8 buggy. I do paint in several light layers, but still, I was a little disappointing when I ran out of paint.