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Filtering paint

Published: June 1, 2006
Q: I recently mixed a home-brewed custom color for a project that had to be put aside for awhile when some other (non-hobby) things got in the way. When I opened the jar, some chunks of dried paint from the lid fell into the mix. Any tricks on how to filter the dried stuff out of the paint? It's a lacquer-based color. To read the answer to this question, become a subscriber today and get all the benefits Scale Auto has to offer!
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