It can be diluted or cleaned with water before drying and is very easy to apply with a brush. After drying for 24 hours, it can be sanded to obtain a smooth and very resistant surface ready for engraving and painting.
1 - When fitting the pieces of a model you will find pieces that don't fit well, leaving grooves between them. To fill these gaps, simply use the Arming Putty Acrylic Type A.MIG2039.
2 - With a round brush, extend the Arming Putty Acrylic Type A.MIG2039 along the line of union until filling the empty space.
3 - While the filled gap is drying, remove the excess with a cotton swab moistened with Acrylic Thinner A.MIG2000.
4 - Finally a revised punch was used to mark the joint and to remove the putty from the adjoining panel lines.
5 - Arming Putty Acrylic Type A.MIG2039 can be diluted with water.
6 - This allows a more fluid application, ideal for seems and joints that only need light filling.
7 – After removing the excess with a cotton swab moistened with Acrylic Thinner A.MIG2000, you can check the fit and detect possible faults.