If you want to make
a chicken, you've got to lay a few eggs.
This is my mistakes department, things that seemed like a good
idea, that just didn't work out right.
Alcohol to clean between coats of paint.
Dissolves many paints, Krylon and Rust-Oleum. Dupli-Color seems
more resistant. A scotch brite pad soaked in alcohol is a great
way to strip paint away.
Windex to clean between coats of paint.
Went unnoticed in the thick metallic paints. Caused a unique style
of crazing, with the Rust-Oleum clear coat. Essentially, it was
streaking as a result of some residue left on the rocket. If you
feel compelled to try this, be sure to remove all of the Windex.