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Games Workshop Mechanicus Standard Grey Primer Spray Can

Games Workshop Mechanicus Standard Grey Primer Spray Can


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Games Workshop colour spray cans are designed for undercoating metal and plastic models. The purpose of the undercoat is twofold: it acts as a primer and it provides a flat base colour to paint onto. You will find that a spray finish is far flatter and better to paint onto than a brushed undercoat. Games Workshop Caliban Green Primer Spray Can

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