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Offline morsing  
#1 Posted : 05 March 2019 15:40:20(UTC)
morsing

United Kingdom   
Joined: 16/08/2014(UTC)
Posts: 279
Location: Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Hi,

I would like to get started with some light weathering, maybe powder to begin with. If it goes wrong, is there anyway to go back or is loco/wagon just ruined?

Thanks
Offline kimballthurlow  
#2 Posted : 05 March 2019 20:59:12(UTC)
kimballthurlow

Australia   
Joined: 18/03/2007(UTC)
Posts: 5,733
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Hi,
Certainly with powder you can brush most of it off.
And then use water to clean any residue.

Weathering is one of those things with which you have to experiment.
Start with something that does not represent a huge investment, or has little value for you, as a trial.
That will give you confidence - or not.

Kimball
HO Scale - Märklin (ep III and VI, C Track, digital) - 2 rail (USA and Australia) - 3 rail (English Hornby Dublo) - a few old O gauge.
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Offline Carim  
#3 Posted : 05 March 2019 21:37:03(UTC)
Carim

United Kingdom   
Joined: 15/09/2014(UTC)
Posts: 344
Location: London
You can use water paints to weather trains - very easy to reverse any effects you don't like.

Carim
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