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Micro-Sol vs Solva Set

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  • Member since
    June, 2009
Micro-Sol vs Solva Set
Posted by MikeS71 on Monday, August 24, 2009 12:00 AM

Till now I have only used Micro-Sol, my question regards Solvaset, is it a better product?  I find that sometimes I have to make 3-4 applications of Micro-Sol to get those tougher panels to sit right...  would solvaSet do a better job?  Benefits/Drawbacks of each?

 

Any help/Advice is appreciated!

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    February, 2008
  • From: atlanta, ga, usa
Posted by qarloclobrigny on Wednesday, September 16, 2009 6:59 PM
i've never used micro-sol but solvaset seems to do a great job fo me. dave
thark you, stupid warhoons
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    December, 2007
  • From: Bridgeview, Illinois
Posted by mg.mikael on Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10:44 PM
 MikeS71 wrote:

Till now I have only used Micro-Sol, my question regards Solvaset, is it a better product?  I find that sometimes I have to make 3-4 applications of Micro-Sol to get those tougher panels to sit right...  would solvaSet do a better job?  Benefits/Drawbacks of each?

 

Any help/Advice is appreciated!

I simply use white vinegar(gotta thank Hans von Hammer) for the fantastic tip!!Thumbs Up [tup] It's works just as good as any product you buy in the store, plus it's cheap.

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    June, 2009
Posted by MikeS71 on Thursday, September 17, 2009 4:30 PM
 mg.mikael wrote:
 MikeS71 wrote:

Till now I have only used Micro-Sol, my question regards Solvaset, is it a better product?  I find that sometimes I have to make 3-4 applications of Micro-Sol to get those tougher panels to sit right...  would solvaSet do a better job?  Benefits/Drawbacks of each?

 

Any help/Advice is appreciated!

I simply use white vinegar(gotta thank Hans von Hammer) for the fantastic tip!!Thumbs Up [tup] It's works just as good as any product you buy in the store, plus it's cheap.

 

Undilluted?

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    June, 2008
  • From: Iowa
Posted by Hans von Hammer on Friday, September 18, 2009 7:03 AM
Yup, undiluted..  Gotta give credit to the old-school model railroaders for that though... They were using vinegar before there were any commercial solvents..

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