Tamiya Putty White

This is a tube White Plastic Model Putty from Tamiya.:

Tamiya Tamiya Putty White Hobby and Plastic Model Putty #87095
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Specifications :
  • Contents: 1.1oz (32g)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 87095
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"fast dry time."
Nice putty, watch out though, it dries fast coming out of the tube. It seems to create a skim coating rather quickly. This causes short working time, so get it down and don't play around with it. Give it some time to completely dry and then sand. I like to give it a good 30 min dry time w/ my models, longer w/ deeper gaps.

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  • For repairing and modifying plastic models and repairing and coverin the surfaces of metal and wooden models.:
  • Can be diluted with Tamiya lacquer thinner before curing.:


  • Contents: 1.1oz (32g)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 87095


Tube of White Plastic Model Putty:

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  • Applying with spatula type tool:
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"Good putty, very strong odors though."
I've been using this for minor seam filling on scale kits and it does the job well. It sands smooth and is easy to apply. When applying this you want to squeeze out about a marble size drop and add a couple drops of lacquer thinner to thin it to a paint-like consistency. This makes for a thinner coat going on and reduces the amount of sanding required. So far its done a nice job, but the down side is that it does have odors because it is lacquer-based and lacquer thinner is needed to thin it out. So I wouldn't recommend it for kids or those who can't be around the odors.

"smooth with minimal shrinkage, needs primer"
This is a very good putty. It will fill small holes thru a body without needing a backing piece of plastic inside. It will also fill large areas with no problem. If it is applied in a thick coat you may get some shrinkage. Where it needs to be thick, it is best to apply 2 or more thin coats. The grain is very smooth and sands easily, but it should be sprayed with primer before painting. Some paints such as lacquers will cause it to shrink if it is not protected.

"Pretty good but very strong odor"
Shane S. (Dallas, Tx)
I use this and Tamiya Basic putty every so often for gap and seam filling. (use the basic on gray plastic, white on white plastic, etc.) It's pretty easy to apply. There is a minor amount of shrinkage when it dries which is made even worse by using lacquer thinner. I just use it straight up out of the tube. It's got a very strong smell so I recommend using this in a well ventilated area. For heavy jobs i typically use a little milliput, followed by tamiya putty, And then if i need an even finer coat I finish up with some Mr. Surfacer. The Tamiya putty is really easy to sand so go carefully as to not remove too much.

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