SPaint stirring

DavidJC

601 posts


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This isn't an Airfix product but there's no competition since there is none. I bought this September or so last year and wouldn't be without it now. Battery operated, it does in seconds what took ages with a paintbrush handle or piece of sprue that still didn't do the job.

 

Worth every penny which was around £12 I think.

KieranG

1 post

IKEA does one like this at about £5 I think. 

Nice of you to share your feet as wellWink

spadgent

102 posts

yes i think it is actualy for frothing up milk, not mixoing paint!Cool

what!! 11 o'clock already! i should realy stop modeling and get to bed.

Ratch

2355 posts


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 I use a stick

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dabhand

107 posts

Have used one of these, and it was good. 

However, I've found that a 5p coin dropped in the tinlet after and initial stir and thin will, following a five minute shake [egg-timer timed], always deliver a thoroughly mixed paint. 

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