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White-out as filler??

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Anyone using White-out as filler? Heard people mention this and was going to give it a try ... any pointers or cautions ... tips or hints?

thanks,

Gary

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Works very well on small areas. I prefer the "pen" type that you gently squeeze :blink: while pressing on surface. Happy modleing, Jim monketdance4.gif

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I've experimented with it, and VASTLY prefer Mr. Surfacer 500. The two are supposed to be fairly similar, but I found the white out didn't harden as much as I wanted, and was just generally harder to sand/scrape/deal with.

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Thanks for the input, guys. Have to give it a try on something small and see what happens.

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I agree- I'd only use it on very small scratches and seams. My personal experience with it hasn't been all that glowing, and I found that it just didn't adhere well enough to be of much use. I'm really going to have to invest in some Mr. Surfacer, and give it a try one of these days.

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