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What on earth has happened to the filler from Squadron Products? In years gone by I used both green and white offerings, but my stock had become too hard and unusable so I ordered a new tube. It's now like a liquid plastic and cannot be smoothed or worked with masking tape and acetone. Can anybody suggest another filler which is workable and sands down nicely?
Hello, everyone. I'm working on a Revell 1/72 Me 262. I've attached and glued on a resin, replacement engine to the wing. However, after attaching the engine, I noticed there was a long gap that runs between the side of the engine and the kit part. I filled this gap with grey tamiya putty ("basic type") and have sanded it quite a bit, but the surface of the puttied area still looks rough. Any thoughts about how I can improve the appearance of the puttied area? How can I get it to blend in better with the wing? Help! Any advice would be tremendously appreciated! >Jon