OK, Using the Arizona Rock & Minerals stuff (very fine) and have brushed the ballast in place. Do you mist water/soap mix (just a little soap) and then applyMessage 1 of 33 , Dec 26 8:19 PMView SourceOK, Using the Arizona Rock & Minerals stuff (very fine) and have brushed the ballast in place.
Do you mist water/soap mix (just a little soap) and then apply water/glue mixture with an eyedropper?
Or has someone actually sprayed the water/glue mix on? (might be sacrificing a sprayer, but so what)...
I'm concerned the ballast is so tiny that I'll be washing it away when applying with eyedropper.
p.s. it's on my Z-bend modules, MT track on cork roadbed.
Thank you Reynard! If you come back to France please call me. And sorry guys for the off-topic , I m closing that subject. DomMessage 33 of 33 , Dec 30 1:47 PMView SourceThank you Reynard! If you come back to France please call me.
And sorry guys for the "off-topic", I'm closing that subject. <wink>
--- En date de : Jeu 30.12.10, reynard wellman <micron@...> a écrit :
> De: reynard wellman <micron@...>
> Objet: Re: Re : [Z_Scale] Re: Best way to apply glue/water when ballasting?
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> Date: Jeudi 30 décembre 2010, 22h17
> Hi Dom,
> Hey, California can lay claim to some of that French cheese
> wine making. Good stuff no matter where you are on the
> Back to ballast: Eye droppers work too, even restaurant
> plastic bottles. I use Elmer's diluted with water. Use to
> get my ballast
> from Laos at Zthek but he's doing other things these days.
> He also had this neat way to lay flex track with a double
> 3M tape that was wide enough also to form the outside
> of the ballast. I sold quite a bit of the stuff until it
> ran out.
> Apparently it never really caught on that much, at least
> enough to help pay the mortgage.
> See you in Montmartre, if you ever get back there.
> On Dec 30, 2010, at 2:51 PM, de Champeaux Dominique wrote:
> > Oouppss.... I must admit we're far from that in the
> "stinkin cheese eater country" I'm living in....So my advice
> is not to be followed everywhere.
> > Dom
> > Richard,
> > I agree with your method, but not the equipment.
> Having a hypodermic needle and syringe without a doctor's
> prescription constitutes a possession of drug paraphernalia
> crime in many locales (which I learned the hard way).
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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