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Old 13 February 2013, 07:08   #1
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Flexible polyester putty?

Anyone having experience making polyester putty that would be slightly flexible? The stuff made by microballons and or silica is rather brittle. I am not looking for easy sanding properties but for little less brittle stuff.
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Thanks, storage box sorted now! So to clarify, aim looking for some other material(to replace microballons and or silica) to mix with polyester resin to make a DIY putty that hopefully
would be less brittle, kind of glue like.
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