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Plastic Putty 5/8 oz

This is a 5/8 Oz. Tube of Contour Putty from Testors.

Testors Plastic Putty 5/8 oz Plastic Model Putty #3511
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 Testors # tes3511
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Specifications :

5/8 fl.oz. (18ml)

  • Testors Product Number: 3511
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"Works Great"
pgnd3r (Saint Marys, PA)
This stuff is awesome. Goes on nice and dries fast. Fills in gaps perfect and sands off nicely. Highly recommend and you can't beat the price.

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Features

  • Use for filling seams and customizing plastic models.
  • Allow to dry and work to final contour with knife and sandpaper.

Specs

5/8 fl.oz. (18ml)

  • Testors Product Number: 3511

Includes

5/8 Oz. of Contour Putty.


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"Very Good"
swiftriverred (Oregon)
This putty is inexpensive and has a nice buttery consistency. I was unhappy with the chalky Tamiya paste. This is much better, and easier to use.

 
"A Little Dab Does the Job"
johnnnykaye
Testors Contour Putty is great for filling small pinholes and mold lines on plastic model kit parts. This putty can also be used to fill in sanding scratches. Apply to the surface or pinholes in small dabs using a toothpick or fingertip. The putty dries quickly when applied in thin layers. It can be filed, pared and sanded using fine sandpaper when completely dried.

 
"great putty"
waynelyrice
To make a good model you are going to need putty because on a the real aircraft you are making a model of there is not going to be gaps in the fuel tanks or wing. To fill gaps you can use gap filling super glue or putty. I like to use this putty because it is water based which means it is easy to sand down which saves time. But it is easy to fill gaps using a damp cotton swab which allows you to get the extra putty off which also means less sanding. This putty performs great at getting in gaps of all sizes and will defenataly improve the looks of your models by making the gaps dissaper. And for the price you just cant beat this putty

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