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PR19_Kit:

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--- Quote from: rickshaw on December 28, 2020, 01:44:07 am ---OK, thanks.  Dizzy, "APC"?  What is that?

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All Purpose Cleaner, or some other detergent/soap to break the water's surface tension. Otherwise you do not have much control about where the applied water ends up. Sorry, that's my professional side when you do advertising for Procter & Gamble...  ;)

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Ah, OK, thanks.  What do you, professionally, apart from build models?

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Temporal Mechanic?   ;


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More like a Temporal WIZARD!  :o

zenrat:
A mechanic, if good enough at their job can give the appearance of working magic...

NARSES2:

--- Quote from: zenrat on December 29, 2020, 03:07:00 am ---
--- Quote from: rickshaw on December 28, 2020, 06:48:40 pm ---
--- Quote from: Dizzyfugu on December 28, 2020, 02:44:05 am ---
--- Quote from: rickshaw on December 28, 2020, 01:44:07 am ---OK, thanks.  Dizzy, "APC"?  What is that?

--- End quote ---

All Purpose Cleaner, or some other detergent/soap to break the water's surface tension. Otherwise you do not have much control about where the applied water ends up. Sorry, that's my professional side when you do advertising for Procter & Gamble...  ;)

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Ah, OK, thanks.  What do you, professionally, apart from build models?

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Temporal Mechanic?   ;)

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Specialising in Tardis repair, maintenance and testing  ;)

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