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Filling & Covering Small Gaps & Joins



When building models or adding bits to enhance models I have found a very useful compound to fill those  little gaps and joins or holes drilled in the wrong place. Obtained from most car care type places such as Halfords, it is a cellulose based grey putty the concistency of plastercene that dries and hardens very quickly and it's real purpose is to repair scratches, blemishes and little gouges on car body panels and when dry and hardened files down perfectly with a fine emmery board (nail file board for the women). If you need to make it thinner or looser would be a better word, mix a tiny spot more cellulose thinner with it. Keep the lid on tight as the cellulose in it will evaporate and you end up with concrete.


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