Johnsons Klear Wash – A Simple Solution…

Are you looking for an easy to apply wash that will not damage underlying paint, then this just might be the technique for you!

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Afternoon everyone – here’s a very simple video explaining how to use Roy Sutherland’s wash technique, that uses a mixture of Johnsons Klear, water and Tamiya paint.
I think that this will be useful to everyone from absolute beginners to far more seasoned modellers looking for a wonderfully inert addition to their list of techniques.
Here is the link – just click the picture!  I hope that you find it useful!

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7 thoughts on “Johnsons Klear Wash – A Simple Solution…

  1. Kevin Futter March 7, 2017 / 10:30 pm

    Thanks, Spence. I’m definitely going to try this one!

  2. cornay March 7, 2017 / 11:43 pm

    Oh…nice. Never thought of that.

  3. Christian Atkins March 8, 2017 / 9:00 am

    Nice one! I have been doing something similar using Klear and Windsor and Newton inks in the same way for many years now.

  4. Bill B. March 8, 2017 / 8:32 pm

    I picked up on this a while back when Roy mentioned it somewhere. I really love this wash for cockpits; it really outlines and shadows recesses well without making it look too dirty.

  5. Andre Kamsteeg March 21, 2017 / 7:03 pm

    Hi Spencer, looks (in the video) as something I really should try. Only one slight problem: where do you get Klear (or whatever it’s called now) in the UK?

    • John Svendsen April 22, 2017 / 5:40 am

      Can you use alclad 2 aqua gloss clear instead with water and tamiya flat black.

      • spencerp6745 April 22, 2017 / 7:41 am

        I don’t know! Give it a go and let me know if it works – I’d be interested to see the results… 🙂

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