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1/35 Wheel Mask for WWII German Vehicles


Manufactured by: Alliance Model Works

SKU: A-LW35024
Price: AU$33.95
AU$30.50

US$22.78;  €21.43
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    Product Description
    This is a stainless steel stencil set for painting rubber tire of German WWII vehicle models in 1:35 scale. It includes suited reusable masks for a collection of popular injection kits.
    To use the masks, spray outside of wheel black or rubber colour, choose the appropriate mask to cover the rubber part completely and spray the hubs vehicle colours.
    This set has designated wheel masks (multiple masks for certain kits) for the following kits:
    Tamiya: Panzer IV series, Marder series, Panther series, Famo, Hetzer, Wespe, Sd.kfz 232, Schwimmwagen, Citron Traction, Krupp Protze & 3.7cm, Opel blitz, Steyr 1500.
    Dragon Panzer I series, Panzer II series, Panzer III series, Panzer IV series, Panther series, Tiger I , Hetzer, 38(t) series , Sd.Kfz 7 series, Sd.Kfz 234 series, Sd.Kfz 251 series, Sd.Kfz 250 series, 15cm K18, 8.8cm flak36 and 37, 2cm flak 38 (these are for carrying boogies), 10.5cm Pz.Sfl
    Others Greatwall SWS series, Tasca Panzer II ausf L, Bronco Sd.Kfz 221
    Masks are stainless steel, easy to clean. And they can be used for a long period of time if kept clean.

    How-to:
    Preparing the masks: Masks should not be stretched during the application process as they are flexible and this could cause deformation. Remove the whole mask if necessary, and then apply again. Once placed on the model, the mask surface should be adjusted to the surface of the model by tracing all the indentations with a pointed wooden stick.
    Painting method: Try not to apply two coats of color at the edges of a mask. Instead, apply one color prior to painting the proper camouflage, and apply the other color after the mask is back on. Otherwise, the coating in the areas encased by the mask may be too thick, and after removing the mask the edges of the lighter color may become visible.