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  • Lance
    Try Mod-Podge de coupage at local arts and crafts store. Brushes on, flows out, builds fast, dries clear and glossy. lance ++++ ... [Non-text portions of this
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      Try Mod-Podge de'coupage at local arts and crafts store.
      Brushes on, flows out, builds fast, dries clear and glossy.

      lance
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      On Mar 26, 2008, at 11:23 AM, Lyle wrote:

      > I've been using "Z-Poxy" which is a two part model airplane brushable
      > epoxy. It's a little too thick but sure seals things up nice. The
      > testors wood filler is too thin. I've also built up layers of Kindt-
      > Collins pattern paint which seems to work but is a long process.
      > I have an ACE hardware just a few blocks away so I'm going to look
      > for that stuff. Just laminated some wood last night for chucking into
      > the lathe so after I get that done, it'll be a good one to try the
      > ACE stuff on.
      > LL
      >
      > --- In hobbicast@yahoogroups.com, David Patterson <odd_kins@...>
      > wrote:
      > >
      > > Patternshops have been using the products I discribed for a very
      > long time. after sanding apply 2 to 4 coats of pattern lacquer or
      > just clear sanding sealer. if you really want a smooth finish spray
      > on a building lacquer based auto primer, it's high solids, will build
      > fast and fill grain and small pin holes. finish the final coat with
      > 0000 steel wool.
      > >
      > > Lyle <creepinogie@...> wrote: I was thinking more of
      > something you paint on and sand to fill the
      > > woodgrain. It's called a filler coat or wood filler at hobby shops.
      > > LL
      > >
      > > --- In hobbicast@yahoogroups.com, David Patterson <odd_kins@>
      > > wrote:
      > > >
      > > > Bondo works good for large holes and fillets. FI:X professional
      > > wood filler is good for smaller holes and filling wood grain.
      > > >
      > > > Lyle <creepinogie@> wrote: What are you guys using as a
      > > good wood pattern filler that's sandable
      > > > prior to using pattern paint? The hobby shot "testors" or model
      > > > airplane stuff is pretty thin and I was wondering if there's
      > > something
      > > > thicker. Thanks in advance.
      > > > LL
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      > > > Dave Patterson
      > > > odd_kins@
      > > > http://home.comcast.net/~oddkins/foundry_home.html
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