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  1. #11

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    In the past I have used a black perminent marker pen to cover paint loss.....They start a bit matt but after a bit of use blend in nicely

    Cheers Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapitman View Post
    For touching up the inside of cameras and film holders, I use a gun retouching pen made by Birchwood Casey. Found where guns are sold, of course.
    And while you're there, pick up a can of Birchwood Casey "Gun Scrubber". The best non-residue-leaving instant de-greaser/de-oiler I've ever seen. Puts all other degreasing solvents I've used to shame. Wonderful for de-oiling shutter mechanisms and aperture leaves.
    1. Don't breathe it
    2. Don't use it on plastic.

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