A newbie question

I'm starting back into modeling after a 40 year break. Things have changed
a lot since my days of Ambroid , silkspan and dope! Is it possible to use
Monocoat covering for trim (stripes, etc.) over a surface painted with
acrylics? Any special techniques needed?
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It mostly depends on whether or not you are using fuel or electrics. For both, a final sealer would be good to keep any tiny fraying from becoming a towed banner of pinstripe width. The type of sealer will be determined by the power you are using. For electrics, photo fixative is fine. For fuel, a hot fuel proof sealer is needed. Clear epoxy paint works well for that. Several light coats. -- Ray
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