This Milliput pack includes one of each of the following:
- Yellow / Grey
Milliput is a two part epoxy putty that can be moulded. It dries rock hard and can be used for bonding... once dry you can drill it, sand it, paint it and more (Can even be used under water).
Standard Yellow Grey Milliput Use for scratch building, sculpting, repairing, gap filling, pattern making and customizing. Ideal for military miniatures, railway, farm, ship model parts, dollhouse accessories and plastic models. It can also be used for repairing, modelling and sculpting. Can also be used as a gap filler for car bodies, in plumbing and also caravan and boat repairs. Temporary repairs for car petrol tanks, batteries, radiators and exhausts.
Silver Grey Milliput is a slightly finer filler and is widely used for model making, sculpting, taxidermy and for the repair of garden ornaments.
White Milliput can be used for the restoration of porcelain and other ceramics for the repair of antiques, objects d'art, Victorian dolls, picture mouldings, etc. For sculpting and modelling. For the repair of white domestic chinaware and for filling scores and dents in white domestic equipment e.g. washing machines, refrigerators, etc. Also for cracks and chips in tiles, sinks and baths.
Black Milliput can be used for repairs to Antique clocks, Guttering, Ebonised wood, Marble, Slate, Cast iron, Basalt ceramics and black plastic parts in cars (such as bumpers, small handles, buttons and knobs).
Terracotta Milliput used for the restoration of terracotta and other ceramics. Also for the repair of garden urns, pots, Statuettes and damaged brickwork, etc. Also for sculpting and modelling
- Self hardening
- Non - shrinking
- Tough and durable
- Highly adhesive to most materials
- Water and chemical resistant
- Sets under water and is electrically resistant
- moulds like putty - sets rock hard
It is very important when using Milliput that you mix the two parts for at least five minutes.
Mix together equal parts of each stick from the pack. Knead and roll in the hands for at least 5 minutes until the colours merge and become uniform and no streaks can be seen, and then mix for another minute. The surfaces to which the putty is applied should be free from grease and dirt. Smooth surfaces should be cleaned with a suitable solvent or with soap and warm water to remove dirt and grease. Abrading the surface will improve adhesion. The putty may now be applied and will set hard in three to four hours without shrinking.
After setting hard Milliput continues to cure and is fully cured after over five hours at the same temperature. Once fully cured Milliput can be machined, drilled, tapped, turned, filed, sawn, sandpapered and painted. Milliput can be sandpapered and painted immediately it has set.
millputBy: Bob Collins on 27 May 2014I have found the white millput ideal for filling small gaps in a white corian open segmented vase I turned. Experimented with other colors doing inlays into wood projects and found it sands nicely once set. Very happy with the results so far.