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    Putty that doesn't set rock hard?

    Hey guys, I need a little help.

    I like Green stuff, but I need a putty that will set (i.e., i won't be able to squeeze it and lose the shape) but that will remain flexible after setting (making bending and such possible). Is there anything out there like this?


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    white milli put thats what i use not expensive and for the same price as green stuff you get tons more but your hands to go white and it pains easy to also you can cut sand file whatever you want to it when its set real easy(unlike green stuff i might add)
    i rock my world

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    Normal GS can do it just use more yellow then blue (as this one is the hardener).
    Hope that helped.


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    dontget me wrong green stuff is ok but milliput is about ten times better cheaper and easier to use and u dont have to mess around with mixing the different colours in different quantities im just offering my humble oppinion but i would use milliput its the tits. and ive tried sanding and cutting green stuff when its set rock hard and its a pain
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    I did not say You were wrong!
    My only point was that maybe he already paid for GS and he doesn`t have to waste it.
    I never thought that my advice was better just different! I also agree, the GS is useless to cut, I still remember my first meltagun... there was no way to cut out those small holes at the side of the barrel.


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    Milliput huh. . . dam I looked it up but they do not sell any online. . . well at least the offical store. . .

    BTW what is the difference in the different colors? There are 5 colors total but do some harden differntly? Some I have found online are cheaper as well. For instance http://www.hobbymasters.com/milliputepoxyclay.aspx the Silver is almost $12 while the white and black are almost $14. . . Any ideas as to why?

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    Last edited by Lysenis; November 11th, 2009 at 19:35.
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