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
 Testors # tes3511
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Testors Item # tes3511
Features :
  • Use for filling seams and customizing plastic models.
  • Allow to dry and work to final contour with knife and sandpaper.
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"great results at a bargain price"
I've tried many of the competitive filler/putty's in the last couple of years. i use putty frequently for professional looking results. this product was around when i was a kid, and at that time, it was about all there was. it remains to this day the one i use most often,because it works great, at much lower price point.i'm trying to use up the other products I've bought and tried, but i keep going back to good old Testor's, and use a lot of it. you can pay more, but this stuff works.

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


5/8 fl.oz. (18ml)

  • Testors Product Number: 3511


5/8 Oz. of Contour Putty.

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"Testors Plastic Model Putty"
My only complaint about this Testors product is the tendency for liquid to form at the end of the tube. I used it recently after it had been sitting for a while and the first squeeze or two brought out a nearly-clear putty. I had to use more than necessary so I could mix it up. It worked OK after I did that and now that I am using this tube heavily and regularly the separation of ingredients is no longer a problem. It does have a tendency to harden quickly when using small amounts, so plan your work, and work fast. Sands up easily and paint adheres well to it, when properly sanded and primed. I recommend it while supplies last, but the Vallejo, AK, Tamiya white and Squadron putties do at least an equally good job of filling seams.

"Seamless Beauty"
This is the best joint and gap filler I have found and used. It goes on very easy with the tube end. It works better if you use a latex glove and apply with your finger. In most cases this works well. I have some what thick fingers so sometimes I have difficulty getting into tight spaces on my models. I usually use the pointed end of a hobby knife for better application in these areas. I recently purchased a Putty Applicator from Hobbylinc as well for just these tight situations. I plan on reviewing it later once I have used the tool. This product comes out in a paste form a bit like toothpaste or silicone caulk. It sometimes will take a few applications to cover a gap properly. It does not dry too quickly which is great so you can work your best to get the excess off with a damp cloth. In those cases where you do get a bit too much you can just sand off the extra. This stuff is usually dry in about 12 hour so you can sand. The only con about the product is it looks a bit odd on the model as it does not have the same look or consistence as the plastic. But much easier to work with than super glue or epoxy, both of which I have used in the past. It does look great after you paint it, can't even tell. I like to use a trick to make sure it blends well. After it has thoroughly dried and been sanded to where I like it, I put a light coat of super glue over it with a brush applicator. This gives it very smooth look. Not sure if this is the best thing to do. Some other more experienced modelers might disagree. It has worked well for me. This is the best filling product on the market for models. Testors has done a great job in creating and formulating this product.

"Testors Plastic Putty"
Testors Plastic Putty is a good putty for a cheap price. When I was using it to help fill in some spaces in my F-5 Tiger II model, I noticed that it dried very quickly. (Hint: One must ALWAYS put the lid back on immediately after use. Squeeze gently to prevent a slow pouring of putty that, if the lid is not put back on, will dry quickly and be wasted. However, when I first squeezed the tube, only a clear liquid pours out before the more solid putty comes out. I do not know how to prevent this.) Once the putty was put on the model and smoothed out, the paint went over it nicely with no problems. I would definitely recommend this putty as a good, cheap alternative to other more expensive putties.

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