What wood stain for dipping?
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    Default What wood stain for dipping?

    I was wondering what shades of minwax people use for dipping. I'm hoping to get some armies painted up, and don't want to pay army painters prices when theres alternatives that are cheaper and do the same thing. I'm looking for a light and dark shade. examples would be great as well. thanks in advance.
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    Get a normal stain and add your own pigment. Can have it as dark as you like or whatever colour you like. A good place to get them from is here:http://www.modeldisplayproducts.co.u...tegory&path=63
    pure pigments so they have nice colour
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    minwax water based Americn Walnut works well for most applications.
    WARNING: Painting all of your miniatures may lead to death.

    "There comes a day in every man's life when he has to get off the couch... and kill some zombies."

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