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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2024 7:58 pm
Sorry for delay work sucks currently

Yes I have used that stuff still have some on the shelf I think although I am not sure its any good any more at this point. Its like Slick sand a little easier to sand. Lots of build
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2024 9:47 pm
Doright wrote:Sorry for delay work sucks currently

Yes I have used that stuff still have some on the shelf I think although I am not sure its any good any more at this point. Its like Slick sand a little easier to sand. Lots of build


That's funny that you say that it sands easier than Slick Sand. I used it when I did my black Squarebody hood and found it to be like sanding a big smooth rock. Pushed it to the back of the shelf.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2024 8:23 am
You should try "Slick sand" Cement! I use 80grit to open it up quickly going to 180 and finer after opening it up.
For me the problem is having to put down enough for the open up then having enough left over to work.

I can see a use for the stuff I really can but. It would depend on were you use it I suppose.
Its a Polly, they have their place, I suck at mixing Filler and spreading large amounts evenly over large areas before it starts setting up. That's is when a Polly excels. BUT it is stiff does not like to flex like normal fillers.
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