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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-05-10, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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Default Sculpting putty

okay, I know Kneadatite/Green stuff has the advantage of being a room temperature curing putty, but it never gets rock hard.

I did some looking an ran across "Grey Stuff" and "Brown stuff" but couldn't fine much information about they're pluses and minus. Can anyone enlighten me, or point me in the direction of some online info I can check out?

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Maybe the stuff that Billy Mays used to tout?
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Milliput sets a fair bit harder than green stuff. You don't get the same level of detail but it does set harder.

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