Billing Boats Paints now at Ages of Sail

If you’re looking for paints for your next model project, we’ve added Billing Boats paints to our website.

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These are oil based paints in 1/2 ounce (14.7ml) jars in authentic Billing Boat marine colors. Great for all hobby and craft projects. Shake well. Hand-brush with natural bristle brushes for best results. When brushing, thin sparingly with BB #40 Thinner/Cleaner or acetone. For airbrushing, thin up to 20% with BB #40 Thinner/Cleaner or acetone and shake well. Clean tool immediately after use. For painting on soft wood, use BB #39 Primer/Base Coat for more even gloss.

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Available Colors:

BB#01 White
BB#02 Duck Egg Blue
BB#03 Emerald
BB#04 Orange
BB#05 Tan
BB#06 Hull Red
BB#07 Sea Blue
BB#08 Brunswick Green
BB#09 Bright Red
BB#10 Matte Lemon (Flat)
BB#11 Black
BB#12 Pale Grey
BB#13 Trainer Yellow
BB#14 Matte White (Flat)
BB#15 Silver
BB#16 Gold
BB#17 Clear Gloss Coat
BB#18 Mediterranean Blue
BB#19 Matte Aircraft Blue (Flat)
BB#20 Satin Brown
BB#21 Crimson
BB#22 Matte Black (Flat)
BB#23 Copper
BB#30 Dark Ad Gray
BB#32 Lime
BB#33 Matte Mid Green (Flat)
BB#35 Signal Red
BB#36 Mahogany Stain
BB#37 Navy Cool Gray
BB#38 Cobalt Blue
BB#39 Primer/Base Coat
BB#40 Thinner

You can check them out on our website at Ages of Sail: Billing Boats Paints

One thought on “Billing Boats Paints now at Ages of Sail

  1. Reblogged this on The Ship Modeler and commented:
    With the loss of the Floquil Marine Colors (many years ago) and Railroad Colors, the availability of oil based paints has shrunk. But, here is a line of oil based paints specifically for the marine modeler. These cleanup easily with Acetone and I’ve read that they airbrush very nicely. I’ll be trying them out myself.

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