Tamiya PS-47 Pink/Gold Iridescent Lexan Spray Paint (3oz)

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This is a 3oz can of pink/gold iridescent polycarbonate spray paint from Tamiya. Following the success of the translucent color range, Tamiya introduces a new concept of iridescent colors to the polycarbonate spray paint range. Further enhancing R/C car body finishing options, the colors of these iridescent paints change shades depending on the viewing angle. Used on R/C car bodies, these paints can create a brilliant effect making your R/C car stand out from the rest.

NOTE: A layer of PS-5 Black should be applied after iridescent paint for better visual effect.

These spray paints were developed especially for decorating transparent polycarbonate (Lexan) bodies used in R/C car modeling. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is the appropriate amount for finishing a model. Small detail work should be brush painted beforehand using Tamiya bottle paints for polycarbonate. Paint the body from the inside, keeping the can about 30cm from the surface. After curing, apply another coat. These paints are impervious to oil and fuels, so they can be safely used on gas-powered R/C bodies. Never use these paints on plastic models.

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

Max Butvinik
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Thursday, Aug 16 2018 (3 months ago)
Tamiya PS-47 Pink/Gold Iridescent Lexan Spray Paint (3oz)
This has been my go-to color for my last two bodies (offroad buggies). For 1/10 scale you need only 1 can and for 1/8 scale you need 2 for the best results. Start off with a very light coat or two, and then lay it on more while avoiding wet spots, and wait at least 15-20 minutes between coats. Back it with Black, and you'll get a stunning finish. Outdoors the color change effect is very satisfying, and indoors it changes colors, but also reflects indoor lights very nicely. The paint is quite durable too, I've never had any flaking. I like this color better than green/purple IMO, and I next plan on using it as the color for a racing stripe.