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Lightningboy2000

Masking putty, has anyone used any? Mig or AK?

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I've had some problems with using blue & white tac when rolling up for masking as I've personally found that both leave a residue.

Has anyone used either or both the Mig masking Putty or the AK masking putty? Are they the same product as I have noticed that they are differently priced online.

I've just seen a couple of reviews on youtube of the Mig putty & thought that it might be a better alternative to blutac or white tac.

 

Thanks

Martin

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Hi Martin,

 

I have used Mig masking putty, don't know if its the same as the AK one.  One has to press it quite firmly on the model to make it stick, but I found it easier to use than blutac, does not leave any oily residue.

 

HTH,

 

Christian.

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Ive been using this for three years now with no residue.

 

https://acmoore.com/product/104148587/scotch-removable-adhesive-putty/614139?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=text&utm_content=paid&utm_campaign=googleshopping&utm_source=google&utm_medium=search&utm_campaign=SmartShopping&utm_network=cpc&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3LTw-Y_C5AIVzFuGCh1q3AT5EAkYASABEgKHU_D_BwE

 

 I'm still using the same package that i opened then. It has no expiration as long as you store it in a plastic bag and keep it from drying out. 

 

Dennis

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I use white glue to mask natural metal finishes - works on both acrylic and enamel metal paints . 

I believe it will work even for regular paints but do apply a gloss coat before hand for ease of lifting later . 

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