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Cobra Motor Lacquer Set



Cobra Motor colour set. Three 30mL jars.

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This set includes the products required to apply a clear lacquer coat to any civilian vehicle and obtain a high-gloss, hard-wearing finish. For optimal results, mix two parts of A.MIG-2261 Clear Lacquer 2K and one part A.MIG-2262 Hardener. No thinner is needed, but you can add A.MIG-2263 2K Lacquer Cleaner & Thinner.

Airbrush the mix in several coats until obtaining a thick coverage. Leave it dry in a place completely protected from dust for 24 hours. But to be in the safe side, we recommend to wait at least 48 hours before continuing to work with the model. Clean the airbrush with A.MIG-2263 2K Lacquer Cleaner & Thinner.

After this drying time, we can apply other products, such as decals, washes, etc. over the lacquer without fear of damaging it. You can also sand and polish it to remove any dust speck or lint that may have adhered to the surface.

This reference contains the following products:

  • A.MIG-2261    Cobra Clear Lacquer 2K Motor - 30mL
  • A.MIG-2261    Cobra Clear Lacquer 2K Motor - 30mL
  • A.MIG-2262    Cobra Hardener Engine - 30mL

Application tips for 2K Cobra Motor Lacquer:

-To achieve the gloss of real car bodies use 2K Cobra Motor Lacquer. It is a two component epoxy lacquer, a special airbrush version of the polishing lacquers used on real cars, so it is applied in the same way and gets the same gloss as real cars. Mix 2 parts of lacquer with 1 part of Hardener, if you want to apply more fluid coats you can add the desired amount of 2K Lacquer Thinner and Cleaner.

-Clean the paint area from dust before applying the lacquer. You can spray a little water with the airbrush to remove suspended dust particles.

-Hold the model with a support on the inside, so that you never touch it with your fingers, as this can create craters or imperfections in the lacquer. Use gloves that are completely clean of talcum powder and dirt.

-Unlike the Cobra Motor paints, the lacquer is toxic. Use a mask.

-Spray a thin coat of lacquer first, let it dry for 2 minutes and then apply the thicker coat at low pressure, approximately 1 bar-14 psi, to leave a completely wet coat, but do not overdo it so that it does not drip.

-Try to apply the lacquer coat in one continuous pass, starting on one side of the model and finishing on the other.

-Clean the airbrush with 2K Lacquer Thinner and Cleaner.

-Allow to dry for 24-48 hours under a clean cover to prevent dust from settling on it.

-If any dust particles have fallen into the lacquer, or if it has been scratched during handling, it can be polished in exactly the same way as on real cars. We recommend Mr. Hobby's Mr. Compound Coarse, Fine and Superfine polishes.

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If you want to know more about how to use AMMO Cobra Motor paints follow this links:

Cobra Motor Paints range Video LINK

Cobra-Motor_Bodywork-Painting Quick Tip LINK

Cobra-Motor_Clear-Lacquer-2k-Hardener Quick Tip LINK

Cobra-Motor_Surface-Preparation Quick Tip LINK

Cobra-Motor_Dossier LINK


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