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WW2 Dry Transfers
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Posted: Monday, September 01, 2014 - 11:38 AM UTC
Wilder has released a huge number of finishing, texturizing, washes, decals and tools in the last year, and thanks to Airbrushes.com we have samples of most of these product types to review. In this review we take a look at a selection of dry transfers released by Wilder.

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Posted: Tuesday, September 02, 2014 - 03:01 AM UTC
Thanks for the review, Darren. Dry transfers are a lot more user-friendly than many modelers realize, and the difference in quality with waterslide decals is significant. There is no carrier film to worry about, or bunching or puckering. They're not fool-proof, but these sound at least fool-lite-proof.