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effata

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Deluxe perfect plastic putty is someone was use this one?, and I hear this one is water based so is not toxic 
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Great product, easily applied, good adhesion, little shrinkage and sands to a feathered edge. Very impressed and cleans up with water. I wouldn't eat it but it appears there are no nasties in it. Highly recommended.
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Thx m8
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You can also mix it with a little water and paint it on. Sometimes you can get away with not sanding, just wipe excess putty away with a damp cotton bud. I use it quite a bit.
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someone got a link to a seller of this putty? thanks!
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I found this Ted, I don't know anything about the seller other than they are in the United States http://www.horizonhobby.com/products/perfect-plastic-putty-40ml-DLMBD44

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TedUSA and other modellers looking Deluxe Perfect Plastic Putty.
I found this link for this product in the USA.
1st link is to Mega Hobby out of Runnemede, NJ.

https://www.megahobby.com/


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Apologies for being a pessimist but my Perfect Plastic Putty has long hit the rubbish tip.

Vallejo Plastic Putty is a far better filler. Wipe it with a finger or a cotton bud. Wet and dry sand it.
But for me it is just for filling in the odd and difficult little hole etc.

I use for filling Mr Surfacer 500 in layers. It wet and dry sands to a great smooth finish. Has about
the same hardness as plastic which makes it easy to sand with out rubbing more plastic than filler
away or the reverse.

It does not break away and carefully sanded you will not see any join after painting.

For large gaps I use plastic card with Tamiya thin glue then use over the top of that Mr Surfacer 500.

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Either PPP or the VPP sounds great. I've heard plenty of good things about both.
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