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Allan--Deluxe Perfect Plastic Putty

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Allan:
funnily enough that occurred to me last night and I thought a toothpick or pin might be the go or even a blob of Plasticine...but it must produce an airtight bond or the stuff will harden in the nozzle...great minds think alike, eh Flyer???
off to Perth for two days to attend my cousin's birthday so will be incommunicado until Monday 72 hours hence
Allan in Canberra

Bungle:

Saw this thread and thought I'd have a go so purchsed a tube and used it for the first time yesterday. Interesting consistency, far more creamier than your standard tube putty. My first thought was it was too 'wet' but if anything this actually helped in its application. I didn't use the nozzle but squeezed a small amount on to an old CD and then applied with a miniature artists palette knife. Worked it very well into the nocks and crannies and able to scrape off the excess and was surprised to find the excess on the cd I  hadn't used had not gone off and was fully useable.

I'll be sanding the kit tonight but so far I am impressed.

I believe you can thin it down, I'm not sure if it's in this one but there are several YouTube videos on line showing its usage. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stLzShlnrEk

kerick:
All I've ever used was a palette knife.
Anybody know if this product is available in the US? Perhaps if goes by a different name.

NARSES2:

--- Quote from: kerick on September 17, 2014, 05:55:17 pm ---All I've ever used was a palette knife.
Anybody know if this product is available in the US? Perhaps if goes by a different name.

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Kerick

This is the link to the distributors page on the Delux Materials site. Hope it helps

Chris

http://www.deluxematerials.com/distributors.html#usa

kerick:

--- Quote from: NARSES2 on September 18, 2014, 06:32:16 am ---
--- Quote from: kerick on September 17, 2014, 05:55:17 pm ---All I've ever used was a palette knife.
Anybody know if this product is available in the US? Perhaps if goes by a different name.

--- End quote ---

Kerick

This is the link to the distributors page on the Delux Materials site. Hope it helps

Chris

http://www.deluxematerials.com/distributors.html#usa

--- End quote ---

Very helpful, thanks!

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