FSA brush colors
What kind of paints are Fire Scale Colors FSA?
Our FSA reference colors are water-based acrylic paints that dry to a matte finish and require clear coating if necessary. As they are water-based, it is recommended that they be applied over a suitable primer, which can be smooth, metallic, and are developed for brush application.
Does it need to be diluted?
As paints developed for brushes, they will have to be diluted if desired, and may be diluted with water.
Do the paints smell?
No, FSA referenced colors are odorless and are water-based acrylics.
Is the primary required?
We always recommend applying a primer, it will increase the adhesion of the paints, as well as show any imperfection in the model that can be corrected before applying the color.
It is always necessary to apply varnish
We always recommend applying varnish, with matt colors and for protection of colors and decals.
How many models can I paint?
They are paints for brushes and can be guaranteed to paint with a 20ml unit two 1/24 scale models totally.
What product clean brushes?
You can use water to clean your brushes.
Are inks provided with instructions?
Yes, we always send instructions together with the colors, in case of doubts or clarifications, you can contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org .
How can I paint the paint in the event of a paint error?
You can remove the paint by soaking the model in isopropyl alcohol for a few hours.
What is the expiration date of the paints?
The tests carried out on our packaging, we can guarantee a period of more than 12 months, but if there is any problem, please contact us, we will solve the problem.
Can I use these inks in airbrush?
Yes, just dilute approximately 20 to 30% with water or our thinner brush.
How can I get a color that isn't in the catalog?
Contact us so we can see if we can develop the desired color for this you will have to provide us with some information and this will be produced within 5 days.