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  1. And now we move on to problems with primer. I just noticed that Tamiya also sells a "fine" surface primer, along with its regular primer. The regular ones have a rather grainy finish, and I have to wet sand the parts to get a smoother finish. Thing is, I've already bought three cans of the regular stuff before realizing there's another version. Honestly, I'm not sure if this has to do with the humidity in the air or the primer itself. Can anyone give any advice on the difference between the "fine" surface primer and the regular stuff? Or is the grainy finish due to the weather and spr
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