Continuing the discussion from
I wish they would just release them one more time then discontinue I have Sienna it’s a bb kit not sure who made it but I need another one I would love to get Sky an Jakob I have a Jakob kit I put aside I over painted it maybe I can remove the paint an try again I have about 6 kits in a bag from when I first started that are just way over painted I have to figure out how to get the paint off does anyone no how I can get it off after I cured it already
We should start a topic just ask
@pia girl you know all the details lol you have a lot of knowledge when it comes to reborning an bb an your babies are awesome to top it off I’m jealous lol just kidding someday I will get that swirl u do lol
@Leslie76 - This should probably be posted in a different topic instead of in the “discontinued kits” thread. @EmilyBB can move it if needed. Anyway, you can remove the baked genesis with Winsor Newton Brush Cleaner and Conditioner. I bought mine at either Hobby Lobby or Michael’s so I could take advantage of the 40% off coupon. Use cotton balls and continue until the paint is removed. A tooth brush or tooth picks might help with creases and tight areas. When you have all the paint off, wash the kit and wipe down with alcohol and you are good to go again. Blue is hard to remove, so you will probably have to work around any residual blue that is left behind.
@Leslie76, @pia. I Move this question to here.
I use the Winsor Newton brush cleaner and conditioner also. It is the best solution, IMO, to remove the paint. It is non-toxic, it does not damage the vinyl and even though it is a little expensive a little goes a long way. Using coupons is a great idea to make it more affordable.
Thanks Emily - I knew you could do that!
Alot of people use the coupons and go to Michaels for the Winsor Newton Brush Cleaner and Paint Remover! The Coupons help alot, I think it is 40-50% off!!