Paint Rack - 36mm Polly Scale / Tamiya 10ml and Larger Craft Paints

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Paint rack holds 35 bottles that are 36mm in diameter or smaller, such as:
Tamiya 10ml botlles
Poilly Scale and Floquil bottles
AK Interactive Washes and Pigments
AMMO by Mig Washes and Pigments
Larger craft paints.

We cannot guarantee this rack will fit all craft paints, but if they have a bottle diameter of 36mm or less, they will fit.

Paint racks measure 11.9" across the front, 7.87" deep and 5.1" tall (303mm x 200mm x 130mm) 

Made from 1/8" (3mm) precision laser cut MDF. Assembly required.

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  • 5
    Paint rack for Tamiya paints

    Posted by Numpty on 8th Apr 2021

    Fantastic product, easy to assemble and the fit and quality of the parts was excellent. Highly recommended..

  • 5
    Paint Rack

    Posted by RD Roberts on 10th Sep 2020

    High quality and well thought out. Watch YouTube for assembly instructions.

  • 5
    Great hobby storage for decent price

    Posted by Donald Dempsey on 3rd Jul 2020

    I really like these racks. I purchased 1 of these paint racks and assembled it about a year and a half ago. Then I needed more storage so I came here to buy the same product again. The assembly is easy, you only need glue and a wet rag. There online instructions if you need them. The racks are sturdy, functional and if you want to you could paint them to match you work area decor. I think the price for value is really great because similar products are much more expensive on other sites.

  • 5
    Useful paint rack

    Posted by Bill H. on 25th Apr 2020

    Fit together easily, size not too big for my shelf, reasonable price.

  • 5
    Paint rack

    Posted by Lewis on 22nd Mar 2020

    This rack is great to have for Vallejo pigments, washes, Metal Colors, and Muds etc. to keep them organized. Bottles fit great in this rack.

  • 5
    Tamiya Paint Stand

    Posted by Stephi on 19th Dec 2019

    You have assemble this stand. I recommend you use Elmer's wood glue, it worked wonderfully. Review the Youtube vides and the instructions (which I lost on my messy desk!). Don't put the ends pieces first and then the others but instead follow the instructions of putting 1 end pieces and then numbers 1 and 2, etc. Do this first, then put on the other end piece after putting all the rows are glue to the 1st end piece. If you put the ends and then the rows you won't run into the trouble of bending the rows and putting them in the build up frame.

  • 5
    Great GC MINI RACK

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Oct 2019

    This rack has to be assembled but is easy to do. The Vallejo 35 ml. pigments, 35 ml. washes, and 40 ml. muds all fit perfectly into the rack with easy viewing of the labels. Highly recommend for your work table to organize your finishing products.

  • 5
    Great product!

    Posted by Mike W on 14th Dec 2018

    This is easy to build, and went together great. The instructions make it pretty clear, and Allen has some excellent tips as he walks through the process on camera in the video the instructions lead me to. This fits my favorite 2oz liquitex, createx additives (airbrush cleaner, flow improver, reducer), liquitex acrylic inks, mig and Vallejo pigment pots, and mig enamel washes. Best of all, I know where my paints are because they are where I can see each paint and they are not all spread over my work space. This is a great product, you should grab one or six and make your hobby space a better place to be.

  • 5
    A Great Rack To Hold Paints

    Posted by Mark on 3rd Nov 2018

    The Good: the build is relatively easy, and intuitive youtube tutorial videos are available, so you can assemble your rack with Allen! Holds to prescribed numbers of paints in an accessible, visible arrangement. The slots are just right for my Apple Barrel, Folk Art and Ceramcoat paints. Sturdy! The Bad: Right out of the plastic the racks have a rather strong smell, but it's not terribly off-putting. This lessens over time, but is still noticeable weeks later. The Ugly: While its helpful in assembly, the racks have small numbers etched into them. If not positioned correctly they are visible in the final product. I chalk it up to my own error, but maybe this can help someone avoid a similar problem.

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