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TOPIC: Canopy polishing with Johnson's baby/Talcum powder

Canopy polishing with Johnson's baby/Talcum powder 15 Aug 2017 21:40 #1

The technique isn't exactly complicated, simply make a small pile of Johnson's baby/Talcum powder, dampen a Qtip, stick it in the powder which will turn it into a bit of a paste on the Qtip, and scrub away on your plastic piece. I press down firmly on the end of the Qtip to get some direct pressure, now someone may have or come up with a better Idea for an applicator as the Qtips don't generally last all that long, but for the moment it works for me.

Here you can see the in progress of the turret of an Amodel Er-2 kit and the completed parts of the Yak-4

20170326_202346_zpsgltckvcl by nsmekanik, on Flickr

and a few more

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Canopy polishing with Johnson's baby/Talcum powder 15 Aug 2017 21:48 #2

Neat trick :thumbsup
I told you photobucket sucks...



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