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    NEW: Waste containers and bin bags (Era III-V)
    Of course, the residents of the model train layout must also get rid of their waste. These classic trash cans and trash bags are indispensable. To dispose of the waste, we offer a suitable garbage truck. Models are delivered unpainted.

    Available are:
    N3163 - 10 Waste containers




    N3165 - 20 Bin bags




    N3663 - SET Waste containers and bin bags




    More information: https://railnscale.com/2018/02/11/mu...und-mullsacke/

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    Good timing! I was trying to figure out how to model trash bags for behind my "Tiny's Diner". I just ordered a set of bags. Now do I even have "gloss" black paint?
    Thanks for another great product.
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    Thank you very much!

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    And I'm proud to present the next novelties,

    NEW: N3161 - 10 Street dustbins
    Of course, the residents of the model train layout must also get rid of their waste. These modern street dustnins are indispensable. These small dustbins fit in all parks and streets. Models are delivered unpainted.







    More about these novelties: https://railnscale.com/2018/02/13/abfallbehalter/

    Kind regards,
    Maurice
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    Hi,



    We've released some new items that would fit nicely on your layout:



    N3160 - 10 Garbage containers
    These modern plastic garbage containers can serve as a finishing touch on your layout. The garbage containers can be placed down the street or in the garden. The kit contains 10 unpainted garbage containers.





    More: https://railnscale.com/2018/02/17/abfalltonnen/



    N3162 - 2 Roll-off containers
    A waste recycling center lay-out can’t do without roll-off containers. Of course, the roll-off containers are just as suitable on an industrial area. The model contains two containers (ribfree roll-off container, according DIN 30722). Models are delivered unpainted.





    More: https://railnscale.com/2018/02/18/abrollcontainer/



    N3164 - 2 Trolley bins

    For the design of a waste recycling center one can not do without trolley bins. The lids of the trolley bins are movable. Closed or opened, everything is possible. The model contains two containers. Models are delivered unpainted.







    More:​ https://railnscale.com/2018/02/18/umleerbehalter/


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    Maurice
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    I really like the modern garbage containers, a nice detail!

    But I wonder, do they come with pick up service?
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    Those N3160, excatly like the green and black ones we have here in Århus, Denmark. Gotta have myself some of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fum View Post
    Those N3160, excatly like the green and black ones we have here in Århus, Denmark. Gotta have myself some of those.
    Same here in Canada!

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    They must have had a very busy weekend at Tim's Diner. Just look at all the garbage bags! LOL. I am not really putting this many out but I thought I would show them off. They look great. Strangely the Testors Enamel spray paint is still a little tacky after 24 hours. Maybe I should have primered them?
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    Did you soak them to remove the wax before painting?

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    Hi Maurice,

    Your Diner looks quite busy indeed. Nice little layout!
    As Kingmeow mentioned it is important to clean the printed objects first. I use an ultrasonic cleaner.
    After thorough cleaning it is best to apply a primer first. It makes painting easier and it prevents potential fading of colours in the near future too.
    Please check out our post-processing tips: https://railnscale.com/tips-english/

    Can I use your picture for our 'customer's gallery' on our website? https://railnscale.com/gallery/
    It's always nice to have some photos of our customers.

    Best regards,
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    Maurice,
    Argh! I forgot about cleaning them. I was in such a hurry to get them painted I forgot. Live and learn. I may have to strip them and start over. The photo was taken on my workbench. I put a piece of black foamie under the diner so it would show up better. Please feel free to use the photo.
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    I have always found Testors enamel paints take a long time to dry. I'd give it another day or so before I would strip them to see if the paint does set up.
    Rob

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