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Try This stuff!

August 5 2006 at 11:40 PM
Bob Yack  (Login drbob64)
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Response to try "Apoxie Scuplt"

I agree that milliput is hard to work with, or at least it is for me. I have found a product called "Magic-sculpt". I love it. It comes in the 2 parts that are easy to use and get the amount you want and does not stick to your fingers. You put corn starch on the surface you are working on and on the surface of the ball you just made. I use my Exacto blade handle and roll it out. Keep adding small amounts to the surface of Magic-sculpt and you can get that stuff paper thin!!!! What is even better is the corn starch fades away so all you are left with is the cloth you made. When you go to place it it molds to the surface like real cloth. Try it any way. Let me know.

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