Soft Flake White Snow

This is a 32 oz. Bottle of Soft Flake Snow for Train or Diorama Sets from Woodland Scenics. For experienced modelers.

Woodland Soft Flake White Snow Model Railroad Scenery Supply #sn140
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Features :
  • Scale model material.
  • This snow is white and resembles fine granulated sugar.
  • Great for light dustings or heavy drifts.
  • Easily blended with ballast (sold separately) to give the appearance of plowed or drived-on snow.
  • Clear plastic 32 oz. bottle with shaker top (large spice bottle).
  • Detailed instructions on back of bottle.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Looks good"
eddiewmullins (Virginia)
I haven’t used this much yet, but so far it’s okay, probably one of the better looking snows I’ve seen. Tbh making snow look real is the hardest thing out there.

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Features

  • Scale model material.
  • This snow is white and resembles fine granulated sugar.
  • Great for light dustings or heavy drifts.
  • Easily blended with ballast (sold separately) to give the appearance of plowed or drived-on snow.
  • Clear plastic 32 oz. bottle with shaker top (large spice bottle).
  • Detailed instructions on back of bottle.

Specs

  • 32 oz. Shaker Bottle/50 cu. in.
  • Bottle: Length: 3-1/2" (91mm)
  • Width: 2-1/2" (65mm)
  • Height: 8" (208mm)
  • Woodland Product Number: SN140
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-SN140

Includes

One 32 oz. Shaker Bottle of Soft Flake Snow.


Requirements & Suggestions

  • Woodland Scenics Scenic Cement
  • Woodland Scenics Flex Paste (if forming drifts)
  • Adult Supervision
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Reviews

  
 
"Ideal for creating snow"
wtcasper (Westminster, CO)
When attempting my first effort at a winter scene, I turned to Woodland Scenics to be sure it was done right. Snow Flake White Snow is the perfect product for creating realistic winter scenes. It's so easy to use. First, paint white glue full strength over the surfaces that need snow. Next, sprinkle Snow Flake White Snow in a thick layer (I use a spoon). Using a 2 to 1 water to white glue mix (adding a little degreaser soap as an emulsifier) soak the White Snow and cover with a second layer. This layer will absorb all of the wet glue and harden leaving all of the nice drifting effects you need. While the second coat is still wet, impress tracks and trails and wait to dry. What could be more simple. I highly recommend this product.

 
"Nice Product with Cavaet"
flmarkr
The Soft Flake Snow is a nice product and looks realistic when applied. At this point, it has been used as the last layer on the mountain portion of a n scale layout. As sections of the layout are prepped, the snow will be applied. The only issue to be aware of is that the material used in its production is absorbent. If the prior level ground cover has not be totally sealed, its possible the ground color(s) will bleed through and discolor the white snow.

 
"Very realistic but not the easiest to work with"
jdw3rd (Rhode Island)
This Woodland Scenics product is super realistic. It's pure white and very fine grained. I do the majority of my scenery using 50/50 white glue and that's where I encountered some difficulty. Initially it behaves as if hydro-phobic. Once it does marry with the 50/50 it looses it's flake definition and looks more like compacted snow than undisturbed powder. I've gotten acceptable results by laying a base with 50/50 mixed with this snow then, once thoroughly dry, brushing on a thin coat of 50/50 and using the shaker top to apply the finish - fluffy looking - layer. You can press LIGHTLY with a sandwich baggy of clump foliage to set the flakes just a bit.... Let dry and vacuum up the excess.

Comments

  • Keep out of reach of small children.
  • Woodland Scenics has excellent books and videos which explain usage of their products in detail.

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