APPLE-GREEN Exact color reproduced...
Exact color reproduced from a M16 German helmet.
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Important details regarding the "apple-green" shade:
This denomination is unofficial, it comes from the world of the militaria collection.
The real apple-green shade is not RAL6003 as many people think. The first apple-green helmets were German 1916 models. The RAL color chart was created in 1927 ...
If you compare M16 or M35 so-called "apple-green" helmets to RAL6003 you will see that it is not the same color.
The apple green that I offer on my site is the exact reproduction of the color of an M16 helmet very well preserved. I compared with several M35, the color is identical.
Exact color reproduced from a M16 German helmet, one on the picture. It's the same color as the apple-green M35s.
Color very faithfully reformulated by a colorist to whom I have worn many WW2 helmets and various materials to reproduce colors. I was there that day to make sure of the quality.
Professional quality paint, not available in traditional shops. Satin rendering, fast drying. This color is an exclusive DDAY-1944.COM
!!! matte or satin paints can become shiny if you load them too much. Make a first light coat, without trying to cover at all costs, then when dry to touch a second finish.
This paint will harden completely after 7 to 10 days. Before this time, even if it is dry on the surface, it will remain soft.
250ml / 8.45us fl oz, you can paint severals helmets.
Some pigments are heavier than others. It is therefore very important to thoroughly mix the paint scraping the bottom with a spatula.
synthetic diluent (5 to 10% max if necessary)
Cleaning tools: white spirit