silicon for me
i only used it as a 'back up 'to expensive rtv that we have
. yes it sticks to each other since its the same family of silicon.
so it save you a lot on rtv.
to pick up very detail stuff use rtv ,jsut the surface.
then followed by silicon is use as the 'back up.'-thickening process.
i only air dried the silicon.- took me idle time,
joshua you have given me tips how to quicken the process- thank you
i sometime also use burlap to apply to silicon if a stronge mold is needed.
many types of rubber are formulated to specifially pick up details.
thats why they are expensive rubber..
while some rubber are cheapy like the silicon,
but at least they are fleixble to begin with unike rtv that is expensvie..
and for me it only serve as a back up.- im talking about mold
that is for long time use . not only one time.
i even heard, silicon sticks to cheap latex-and vice versa
as to thining bondo,
i use styrene
this is pete- saying hello to joshua and to all. !!!!
HAPPY CASTING !