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D&RGW RAILROAD COLLECTION 6 - 1 fl ounce bottles in our D&RGW railroad colors

D&RGW RAILROAD COLLECTION 6 - 1 fl ounce bottles in our D&RGW railroad colors

Modelers Decals and Paint

  • $ 2400

D&RGW Railroad Collection includes 6 - 1 fl oz bottles 

D&RGW Box Car Red

D&RGW Caboose Red

D&RGW Reefer Yellow

D&RGW Passenger Car Green

D&RGW Passenger Car Red

D&RGW Tuscan Brown


How to Use:  Mix paint well; using a mechanical mixer is strongly recommended. Using the included funnel-filter, pour the paint into your airbrush cup, thin as desired. Spray your project using multiple light coats. Allow sheen to disappear between coats (usually 5-10 minutes). 

Recommended Thinner: ModelersDP paint performs best when thinned with Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) 91%.  Refresh paint with a small amount of alcohol before mixing, add more as needed.  Dilute freely to ease the flow of paint through the airbrush, reduce opacity, and aid mixing. 

Weathering:  Pour a little paint in the bottom of your airbrush cup, add alcohol. Dilute up to 95% alcohol to 5% paint. Color will appear once sheen has dried. 

Clean-up:  Quick and simple – use soap and water or ammonia-based window cleaner. Spray onto surface areas, filters, funnels, etc. Rinse well with clean water. 

Airbrush:  Use of a dual-action, gravity-flow airbrush is recommended for ModelersDP airbrush paint. 

Compressor Pressure:  Optimal PSI varies by airbrush, we recommend starting with 25 psi and increasing or decreasing pressure as needed.  

Tech Tips:  For how-to’s and trouble-shooting, see Modelers Tech Tips topics.

Color:  Monitors and operating systems display colors differently. Our titles and descriptions are intended to aid you in color decisions.  Although we make every possible effort to display paint colors accurately, we cannot guarantee that you are viewing the exact shade. 

Learn more:  About Modelers Paint     Tech Tips 
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