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Realistic Water

This is a 16 Oz. Bottle of Realistic Water for Model Railroad Layouts from Woodland Scenics.

Woodland Realistic Water 16 oz. Model Railroad Mold Accessory #c1211
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16 Oz. (473.2ml)

  • Woodland Product Number: C1211
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"realistic water"
jhottenroth2
the product itself works great, a little more exspensive than others but always great results

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Features

  • Models lakes, ponds, rivers and more.
  • No mixing required-pours directly from bottle.
  • Self-leveling and self-healing.
  • Flexible for easy modeling.
  • Water-soluble for easy clean-up.
  • Non-toxic.

Specs

16 Oz. (473.2ml)

  • Woodland Product Number: C1211

Includes

One 16 Oz. Bottle of Realistic Water.


Requirements & Suggestions

Shallow (1/16"-1/8") Water Cavity in Layout

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"very good effect"
aikfletch4
price is good and really gives your scenery a true water looking appearance

 
"a better way of water falls"
northdl7
One wrote on here that it get pricey, and ya it does so i recommend that when you do water falls you should use a liter bottle (plastic) and cut to the size you need and use clear silicone to run strips down. the water will look better and you won't have that plastic film behind the water. It is paint able and trim able and saves a lot of money.

 
"Great Stuff ***Follow Directions***"
mwilliamson703
When I was new to model railroading I learned a very valuable lesson when it came to water effects...deeper is not better. Here's what I mean, I was making my first pond on my layout and figured I would dig out an area 1 deep and fill it with Realistic Water. Not only did it look cloudy but I think it took a couple of years before it fully dried. The key to water effects is perception. Depth is accomplished by the use of paints before adding Realistic Water. The Realistic Water should only be between 1/16 and 1/8. Done correctly, it looks great. Watch and read the instructional materials Woodland Scenics has. And practice using the various types and methods before using them on your layout.

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