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By Sopedaddy
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I took some gold bond powder (cause I didn't have baby powder) and brushed a light coat after a few days letting the paint set and it worked well and gave it a nice weathered look. I also drybrushed some silver paint to help with weathering. That worked for me.
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By DefenderDarko
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It really isn't that complicated.

Spray in light layers. It will stay tacky until you seal it. The ONLY sealer that I use on soft plastics is Dupli-Color's automotive touch-up clear coat. It will knock that tackyness out really quick. I've since put several paint layers on my goggles with no sticky residue.

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By Ecto46
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Somethingthat folks might be having an issue with in stickyness is the mold release agent used in the manufacture of the welding googles can be a bear to get rid of. Similar problems occur when building resin models. Thats why the folks who are giving them a good wash in DAWN then scuffing the base with a fine grit sandpaper and using a quality primer are having better results....
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