Rondo with.......food colouring?

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Crank729

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A mixture of equal amounts resin and bondo, creating an alternative to fiberglass. You can can slush it around in a resined pepakura piece, and it hardens really well.
 

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robn1

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Ah, thanks. I've heard of it, but not by that name. Polyurethanes are sensitive to moisture, so food coloring won't work. It may inhibit the cure. You'll need a colorant made for resin.
 
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