Soldier of Fortune have brought out a range of repro “blanco” in colours of ‘No3’, ‘Sand’, ‘RAF’, ‘WWI’ and ‘White’ and costs about £8 a bottle.
It can be bought directly from their website:
http://www.sofmilitary.co.uk/reenactors/index.asp

Liquid BLANCO WW2 Green
New Liquid BLANCO made in England, This has been made by a top quality re-enactment group as the original blocks of blanco are hard to find. This new Blanco is very easy to use, and will not rub of onto your uniform. The bottle contains enough liquid for a full set of webbing. This Blanco is the No3 green used During WW2.
SoF WW2
SoF WW2

Liquid BLANCO White
New Liquid BLANCO made in England. This has been made by a top quality WW2 re-enactment group as the original blocks of blanco are hard to find. This new Blanco is very easy to use,and will not rub of onto your uniform. The bottle contains enough liquid for 1 set webbing.
SoF White

Liquid BLANCO WW1
New liquid BLANCO, made in England. This has been made by a top quality re-enactment group, as the original blocks of blanco are hard to find. This new Blanco is very easy to use,and will not rub off onto your uniform. The bottle contains enough liqiud for a full set of webbing. This Blanco colour was used during WW1 and up to the late 1930s.
SoF WWI
SoF WWI

Liquid Blanco RAF
New liquid BLANCO made in England, RAF blue colour. This has been made by a top quality WW2 re-enactment group, as the original blocks of blanco are hard to find. This new Blanco is very easy to use and will not rub off onto your uniform. The bottle contains enough liquid for 1 set of webbing.
SoF RAF
SoF RAF

Liquid Blanco SAND
New liquid BLANCO made in England, sand colour. This has been made by a top quality WW2 re-enactment group, as the original blocks of blanco are hard to find. This new Blanco is very easy to use and will not rub off onto your uniform. The bottle contains enough liquid for 1 set of webbing.
SoF Sand
SoF Sand

Liquid blanco (1937) Pea Green
Due to many enquiries they have made a small run of pea green Blanco as used by the BEF in France 1940.
Soldier of Fortune pea green



This page was last updated: 15th July 2012