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While I like Vic's answer, here is what you really wanted to know, Sac.

Method 1: If you are trying to reset back to the default texture (white/blue) on an object, click on the paint bucket tool. This should bring up the materials dialog box. The default material is just like any other, but it doesn't show up in the standard lists. Instead, the materials dialog box has a little square on the right side that is half white, half blue on the diagonal. That's the permanent button to select the default texture. Click the button and you can just re-apply the default texture like you normally would.

Method 2: If you have a huge model with a bunch of textures and you don't want to fix one object at a time, you can delete all the existing textures out of a model. Again in the materials dialog box, there is a button that looks like a house. Clicking this will bring up the list of all textures in your current model. You can then right click on any texture and delete it, and all objects that use that texture will revert back to the default texture of white & blue.

Let me know if you need more info, Sac.

Oh and Vic, that was too much info. :)

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