|Michael Cole 7||02/08/2020 13:29:10|
|43 forum posts|
My intention is to apply cellulose dope when the wallpaper paste has dried I should have said that, sorry.
I have not used cloth at all or resin for models it's a new field for me. I have read fibre glass resins can require a lot of work rubbing down to get a good finish.
As I have started " the old school tradition " I will see it through, so far so good.
Kind regards to you both
|Chris Fellows||02/08/2020 18:07:31|
991 forum posts
Fair enough Mike, there's more than one way to skin a cat.
Eze-Kote takes a few coats to fill the weave but that's no problem as it dries quickly. It sands easily in preparation for painting. Maybe try it on a future build.
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