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Review
LifeColor: Leaking & Stains, Grime & Damp
JPTRR
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RAILROAD MODELING
#051
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Tennessee, United States
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2018 - 11:36 PM UTC


LEAKING & STAINS, GRIME & DAMP is a satin and glossy paint set from LIFECOLOR.

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Thanks!
HARV
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Wyoming, United States
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Posted: Sunday, March 18, 2018 - 01:43 PM UTC
Looks like a nice very useful set.

Thank you for the review Fred.

Randy
feuerwehr42
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Oregon, United States
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Posted: Sunday, July 01, 2018 - 06:49 AM UTC
Thirty-nine bucks seems like a lot to pay for something that anyone, with even just a minimum of talent could accomplish with some regular paints and pigments. After reading about scale effects, distances, natural/artificial light, fading, etc., why do manufacturers continue to try to sell us expensive stuff that's really not needed?
retiredyank
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Arkansas, United States
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Posted: Sunday, July 01, 2018 - 07:28 AM UTC

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Thirty-nine bucks seems like a lot to pay for something that anyone, with even just a minimum of talent could accomplish with some regular paints and pigments. After reading about scale effects, distances, natural/artificial light, fading, etc., why do manufacturers continue to try to sell us expensive stuff that's really not needed?



I have to agree, with Doug. I do have some washes and filters, bought to see how they operate.
JPTRR
Staff MemberManaging Editor
RAILROAD MODELING
#051
_VISITCOMMUNITY
Tennessee, United States
Joined: December 21, 2002
KitMaker: 7,376 posts
AeroScale: 3,055 posts
Posted: Thursday, January 17, 2019 - 03:24 PM UTC

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Thirty-nine bucks seems like a lot to pay...

...why do manufacturers continue to try to sell us expensive stuff that's really not needed?



1. $39??? Where did you come up with that? With today's exchange rate, it is $17 with VAT. You did not confuse the set number of "CS39" with the price, did you?

2. Not to be critical but not all modelers have the "minimum of talent" or imagination to mix and create, and want a set of (fill in effect here). "Why do manufacturers continue to try to sell us...?" Because there is a demand for it.