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Discussion Starter · #202 ·
Acrylic paints
Vallejo Air
MicroLux (VallejoAir/MicroMark).
ModelFlex
Tru Color
ModelMaster (to be discontinued).
Tamiya
DecoArt
Mission Models

Primers
Badger Stynylrez
ModelMaster (enamel) to be discontinued.
ModelMaster (acrylic) to be discontinued.
Tamiya
Vallejo
Rust-Oleum (oil based).
Krylon (alkyd).

Paintbrush cleaners
Masters (solid soap).
Mona Lisa (cap leaks -- do not order by mail).
Speedball Pink Soap
Windsor & Newton
1 Shot
Citrus Essence
Chelsea Classical Studio
Chelsea Lavender & Olive Oil (solid soap).
Zest It
Weber Odorless Turpenoid
E-Z Air

Airbrushes
Harder & Steenbeck
Iwata
Badger
Paasche
Grex
Ultimate APEX
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Discussion Starter · #204 · (Edited)
Bridges
Central Valley (advanced).
Grand Central Gems
A.M.B.
ExactRail (RTR deck plate).
Walthers Cornerstone
B.T.S.
Campbell (wood trestles - advanced).
World War Scenics
Micro Engineering
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Glues & adhesives
... Styrene:
Tamiya ExtraThin (use w/ventilation).
Plastruct Plastic Weld
CA
(many other popular favorites).
... Wood:
Elmer's white (GlueAll).
CA (seal first, e.g., DullCote, urethane, etc).
Elmer's carpenter's glue
... Cardstock/Paper:
PVA bookbinders glue (pH neutral).
Weldbond white
 

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Sorry, but I thought Bemo was Narrow Gauge stuff. :unsure:
Otherwise I would've included them on the main list.
Bemo is narrow gauge. I didn't know it was strictly limited to standard HO gauge.
 

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Yes they do make standard gauge that mimics the narrow gauge, but a purist would never be caught running standard gauge locomotives that are supposed to be narrow gauge HOm. Still...

It ain't right!
 

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European stuff
Much of the best.


You'll notice the main list includes many European manufacturers.
This is because much of the best model railroad items are made in Europe... including locomotives, vehicles, trees, shrubbery, and ground cover.
If what you're looking for has a European name on it, pay attention... it's likely to be superb.
 
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