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PlasterWrap (8'' x 15' 20.3cm x 4.57m)

This is the PlasterWrap (8'' x 15' 20.3cm x 4.57m) from Scenic Express.

Scenic-Expr PlasterWrap (8 x 15 20.3cm x 4.57m) Model Railroad Scenery Supply #60
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Specifications :
  • Scenic-Expr Product Number: 60
  • Walthers Product Number: 653-60
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 359
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"Just what you need!"
atarleton510
Have used this product on my current layout out and will continue to use it. It shades and holds excellent. Can be cut with a pair of scissor to any length you need. Makes excellent backing for holding rock casting to the layout.

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Simply cut, dip in water and apply to your layout base or mountain framework to create a durable landscape shell. Cures in minutes.


Specs

  • Scenic-Expr Product Number: 60
  • Walthers Product Number: 653-60
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 359

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"excellent for the price"
asnewman1023 (Wilmington, NC)
I have now used several rolls of this product - It is the easiest way to create mountains I have come across. I love it and you get more footage than woodland scenics for less money. I have purchased more and will by more as needed. works best with warm or hot water

 
"Great to work with."
ptm042
My first time using plaster cloth. I was really pleased with how easy it was to work with and how you could stretch it across voids. I put a thin coat of stucco mix over top, then did the scenery from there.

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