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  • Cabinet touch ups

    Just thought I'd let everyone know about a great touch-up paint I found for the typical black you see on many pinball cabinets. It's Tamiya semi-gloss black that you see in model shops. I fixed up the flipper-button wear on my Creatures with it and you can hardly notice there was a problem.

    Another tip. To touch up fine white lines (like Dracula's hair line), I used a tooth pick and drew sequential dots to make a fine line. I wish I took a before picture but believe me, it was pretty bad. I've attached an after shot.
    Last edited by Creech; 5th March 2007, 09:58 PM.

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    It's good paint isn't it.
    Great range of colours.
    I've been useing Tamiya paint to touch up pinball playfields for years.
    Hasn't dissapointed me yet.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Skybeaux
      It's good paint isn't it.
      Great range of colours.
      I've been useing Tamiya paint to touch up pinball playfields for years.
      Hasn't dissapointed me yet.
      And if anyone is interested, their "lime green" gloss is an almost exact match for the bright green on Creatures.

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