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While I’m not a disciple of the church of accelerated wear and tear, I do have an appreciation for a job done well. It isn’t easy to make accelerated wear and tear look good and it’s as much a skill as painting a blaster in the first place.

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This is Stu from Project PTW’s personal Eagle Eye 416 build. If you ask nicely, he may even offer accelerated wear and tear as a service 🙂

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The tools of the trade used here are acetone nail polish remover (although some favour the gentler acetone-free version) and a toothbrush. Stu has left some items fully painted for a dropped in look.

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Awesome.

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