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It should as long as you use primer on the model first to put a barrier between the plastic and this metal paint.
It should, I see no reason why it shouldn't. I've used other Krylon spray colors on styrene and ABS and never had a problem. Mind, I was painting props and not a model kit but that shouldn't matter.

usual disclaimer: If any questions persist, consider buying a can and just testing it on some gluebomb kit you may have laying around.
I've had good luck with Krylon on plastics.

I always prime a model but not a rocket.

Follow the directions on repainting to avoid crinkling.

I believe recoat within 30 min or wait 24 hrs I believe.
Thanks guys.
Now can some one tell me EXACTLY what primer to use please.

I am doing an airplane kit & like I said before hand that I do not wish to screw it up:nerd:.

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Thank you again,
-Jim G.G.
 
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