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Ink me baby; body art
Topic Started: Sep 7 2017, 11:44 PM (90 Views)
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can I use body art airbrush paint on plastic models? the sort beauticians use for temporary tattoos etc.

I have a chance to buy a load of new bottles with some funky colours.


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Interesting question. You'd think it would adhere to a suitably primed surface, but I'd have doubts about how permanent it might be. I'd assume dedicated body paint would be formulated for reasonably easy removal with soap and water. I would want to try it out to see if it works before purchasing any in bulk.
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body art paint is normally henna based, and well wont stay on plastic it wont dry properly
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