epoxy substitute?

Submitted by mike d on 6/30/01. ( the_taxidermist@yahoo.com ) 208.46.229.204

I have several gameheads that I would like to finish this weekend,
but I let myself run out of all-game!
Anyone have any experience with a hardware store product that I might use to get them done?
Or something to definitely stay away from?

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Plumbers epoxy or PC-7

This response submitted by John C on 6/30/01. ( ) 208.44.115.61

Both are clay type epoxies, some of us used them before the white epoxies came out and they are a little higher in price.


Concur

This response submitted by CUR on 6/30/01. ( WILDART@prodigy.net ) 66.90.180.142

John is right.The products mentioned will get the job done. We use them quite a bit. They are much stronger than the All-Game. The only caution is that they tend to glaze a bit when cured, and they should be lightly sanded to provide a better painting surface. Neither is a water based WEP product like the All-Game, so be prepared to clean up with a distillate. The clean up instructions come on the package.


Try Mckenenzie

This response submitted by Travis on 7/3/01. ( ) 12.13.248.12

I`m not sure where ya live but you can order Apoxie sculpt from McKenzie
and have it the next day pending on where ya live. Orders have to be
made before 10:30 or 11:00 in the am tho...


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