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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"One of the best I've used"
This is a really nice putty to use. The only complaint I have which is also a perk, is the drying time. Depending on how big of an area you are trying to fill, it tends to dry out before you can get it down. I always give it time to cure for about 4-6 hours before I sand it down, but that's a personal preference. Again depending on the size that's getting filled, it can be ready to be sanded fairly quickly.

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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


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  • Applying with spatula type tool:
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"Soft Putty"
This putty is actually pretty soft and easy to sand. There is a strong odor but it's on the level of paint odors. It probably won't kill you. The putty does shrink a little after it cures which is something to keep in mind. I would use a bit too much putty, and then sand it down. It sands easily so that's not a problem. It's nice putty for seams but not so good for large fill-ins.

"Does the job"
parisfrisby (Prescott Valley, AZ)
I use this putty when I'm modifying a part (adding or removing material) not just filling gaps. Its pretty strong once it has time to cure and that depends on how much you use. I always let it sit over night before messing with it. I have had large gaps shrink quite a bit requiring reapplication and set time. Use a good primer and coat it more than once to get a good finish. TIP: I use q-tips dipped in lacquer thinner to smooth out the edges of the a area to reduce sanding.

"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.

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