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My track is slowly coming together.


One thing I need info for is what type of paint to use on the track.
I've tried some Acrylic based paint on a bit of test track and it's quite good but easily scratched off.
Any ideas? (and I have searched this forum with very little use).
 

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QUOTE (Stew2000 @ 28 May 2008, 02:04) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>One thing I need info for is what type of paint to use on the track.
I've tried some Acrylic based paint on a bit of test track and it's quite good but easily scratched off.
Any ideas? (and I have searched this forum with very little use).TileGuy explained why the "propane method" is the most durable. I've tried several things, and I can attest that this is the propane method is indeed the most durable for Scaley Sport track. Alternatively, use a "primer for plastic" -- works okay but not as good as the propane method.
 

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I am slowly working on my track...
I used Dulux All-Purpose Primer with a bit of black acrylic to get the grey.
Not really the best, but for a first timer it does look rather good.
Just need to think up a template to use for painting white lines since masking tape takes off the Primer.
Any Tips for that?

 
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