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PostSubject: Using basic epoxy   Fri 10 May 2013 - 0:57

Hello there..
i have a question regarding using basic epoxy,i own both grey basic epoxy and green,i use green stuff often but have never actually used the grey what is the difference between the two??

I was wondering if some of you fine individuals would be able to answer this question for me better than the people who sold it to me.
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PostSubject: Re: Using basic epoxy   Fri 10 May 2013 - 4:36

Are you talking about sticky putty, concerning the grey one? If so, its big difference is that it is also meant to stick miniature parts together instead of glue, and it has a setting time under 5 min, what makes it perfect for fast conversions, or when you have to fill huge gaps, and cant wait to let the normal puttys set.
Hope i could help!

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