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June 15 2003 at 5:22 PM
PFC Richard Agers  (no login)
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I've gone through these postings many times before, and countless times I've seen modellers constantly asking each other for the best ways to create snow (presumably for dioramas and figure bases.) I don't know if anyone else has seen this or would in fact agree with me, but one thing I have found works well with larger scale figures (and perhaps smaller scales as well), is ordinary laundry detergent. Use a handful of Tide Quick Dissolving detergent (with no perfumes to make your figure smell nice), grind it through your fingers a bit to make the particles smaller, and it actually looks pretty good. Oh well, that's all, just thought I'd put that out there, and see what others thought. Thanks!


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  1. Re: Snow... - Jakko Westerbeke on Jun 16, 2003, 6:44 AM
    1. ..true, but.... - PFC Richard Agers on Jun 16, 2003, 6:25 PM

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