- Take your miniatures and place them in the airtight container.
- Poor Dettol over the miniatures until they are completely covered.
- Leave the miniatures sealed in the container for 24 hours. I gave them a slight shake from time to time; you will notice (if your container is see through) that after a couple of hours the paint starts to fall off.
- 24 hours later, put your gloves on, head to the sink and give each of your miniatures a good scrub with the old toothbrush. You will notice that they come out of the pot a bit slimy and this will cover your gloves and the miniatures as you brush them.
- To completely remove all the slime, dip your brush in the Dettol and continue to brush until all the paint has gone. By this time all the paint will have almost disappeared and will not need too much brushing.
- Give your miniatures a good rinse in warm water and leave to dry; alternatively use a hairdryer to speed up the process (avoid using high temperature on the plastic miniatures, they melt).
- Lastly, give the sink a good clean; by now it will look like a frog has exploded in it. Then have fun repainting your new miniatures.
|Airtight container 24 hours after start (notice the colour|
change and bit of paint swimming in the mix).
|I'm sure you will be seeing this guard unit painted on here|
some time in the future.
|Stripped Fire Warriors, soon to apear with a little more colour.|