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    Default Is there any racket paint touch up if the paint peel off due to racket clash

    Does anybody know where or is it possible to do paint touch up on the racket if the paint on the racket peel off due to two rackets clashing together

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    I've used hobby model paint for polycarbonates (lexan) as it's designed to be flexible when dry with very good results. Huge range of colors too. Give your local hobby shop a call to find out.

    Tamiya is probably the best bet. Make sure it's the PS series of paint, not the TS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by druss View Post
    I've used hobby model paint for polycarbonates (lexan) as it's designed to be flexible when dry with very good results. Huge range of colors too. Give your local hobby shop a call to find out.

    Tamiya is probably the best bet. Make sure it's the PS series of paint, not the TS.
    May I know where is the hobby shop you normally go to? It will be better if you have the address of it. Really appreciate your help.

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    Sorry man but I live in Canada. I`m sure there are some in singapore. Tamiya is like the Yonex of RC models so pretty much every hobby store will carry them. If not then look on ebay.

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    do you think they will have a colour simular to the black on the ns9900 ? I have a rather large paint scrape (not really a chip, but it was still caused by a clash) and i wouldnt mind getting rid of it or at least covering over it. Also maybe a orange like on the ns9900.

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    Here is a full list of all their colors.

    http://www.tamiya.com/english/produc...y/kit86001.htm

    These are the sprays but also available in bottle. I'm sure regular model paint would work as well but I prefer those designed for polycarbonate as they are flexible when dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by druss View Post
    Here is a full list of all their colors.

    http://www.tamiya.com/english/produc...y/kit86001.htm

    These are the sprays but also available in bottle. I'm sure regular model paint would work as well but I prefer those designed for polycarbonate as they are flexible when dry.
    thanks for the list Drussdo you know what the usual retail price is for these ? Going to look on eBay for it and local DIY shop

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