Midwest Aerogloss Balsa Fillercoat 3.5 oz

Tower Stock# LXAU63  •  Manufacturer Stock# 70-4
Midwest Aerogloss Balsa Fillercoat 3.5 oz (large view)
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Notes from our tech department:
This is a 3.5 oz glass jar of Pactra
Balsa Fillercoat Primer from Midwest.
The original hot fuel proof butyrate dope system which gives a durable,
fast-drying, lightweight and beautiful lacquer-type finish.

FEATURES

Used for Tissue Covered Aiplane Models, Control Line Airplane Models,
R/C Airplane and Boat Models, Wood Scouting Projects and Model
Rockets.
For use on paper, fabric coverings, balsa and basswood.
Contains no lead.

INCLUDES

One 3.5 oz glass jar of Balsa Fillercoat Primer

REQUIREMENTS

Use in a well ventilated area with lung, eye and skin protection.
Brush to apply Balsa Fillercoat to the model.

SPECIFICATIONS

Fluid Ounce: 3.5 oz (103.5 mL)
Fuel Proof: No, Do Not use as a final coat.

COMMENTS

Flammable: Contains toluol and methyl ethyl keytone.
As with any type of painting procedure, always test for compatibility
of materials on a scrap piece before attempting to paint model.
For best results: 1. Sand entire model until smooth surface is
obtained by using progressively coarse to fine sandpaper.
2. Fill in any minor surface irregularities with Aero-Gloss Balsa
Fillercoat Primer. Use Plastic Balsa Wood Putty for larger
irregularities. Stir Balsa Fillercoat Primer thoroughly. Apply
with brush. Let dry 24 hours before sanding.
3. Fine sand entire model. Lightly wipe off dust with tack rag.
4. Lightly wipe entire model with damp sponge to raise wood grain.
Once dry, fine sand and wipe clean.
5. Model surface is now properly prepared for paper or fabric
covering material, or for surface sealing/priming with Aero-Gloss
Sanding Sealer if model is to be painted.
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