- 1 How do you remove a metal tab?
- 2 How do you remove Warhammer minis from bases?
- 3 How do you remove models from bases?
- 4 How do you get super glue off plastic miniatures?
- 5 How do you remove glue from plastic?
- 6 Should you wash metal miniatures?
- 7 Do you need to wash metal miniatures?
- 8 Do you need to prime metal miniatures?
How do you remove a metal tab?
Pour a little nail polish remover onto a paper towel, and lightly rub the affected area. It will easily remove any excess adhesive. Cover metal surface in white-out and rub off with an eraser. This should bring out the sticky residue and completely remove all evidence.
How do you remove Warhammer minis from bases?
These are all for super glue so if you use plastic glue it is basically cutting off the figure from the base. You could also use a hobby cutting tool (the scissor like thing not the knife) to cut the base apart around the feet and then use a hobby knife to remove the part that is stuck on the feet.
How do you remove models from bases?
Break/destroy the base itself. Cut into the base with pliers and cut around the feet. Then use an X-Acto Knife to cut away the base from the feet. The base can be sacrificed, the models cannot.
How do you get super glue off plastic miniatures?
If superglue has been used then you can try putting the models in the freezer. With a bit of luck the differential contraction on cooling will help crack the superglue. The other alternative is to try and chip out a small amount of glue, insert a knife blade into the joint and twist.
How do you remove glue from plastic?
Just swab the glue mark gently in a circular motion. Removing stubborn glue from plastics: Soak the glue with vinegar and rinse clean, or if the glue is hard rather than tacky, use a thin scraper – such as a blunt knife, spatula, or old debit card – to lift the glue from beneath without scratching the surface.
Should you wash metal miniatures?
If your minis feel oily or sticky you should wash them before you prime them. If they feel dry and clean, you don’t need to. Warm soapy water should be fine, I’d swish them around a little, maybe do a handful at a time. You shouldn’t need to scrub unless you’ve got gunk on them that won’t just float or rub off.
Do you need to wash metal miniatures?
There’s absolutely no reason to not do it. Infinity minis in my experience don’t have much mold release, but you handle them with your unavoidably greasy fingers. Just give them a quick wash with soap and a brush with an old toothbrush, alternatively you can use alcohol and brush them the same way.
Do you need to prime metal miniatures?
Traditional metal or resin miniatures need to be primed before any paint is applied. Paint applied over bare metal does not adhere well, and rubs off with even light handling. Primer etches into the metal on a microscopic level.