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POLL: Nicest Smelling Modeling Stuff


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unknown member writes:

Testor's Model Cement before 1972.

;-)


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Apoxie Sculpt
3
1%
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non-toxic plastic cement
19
5%
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Armory steel paint
4
1%
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none of it smells nice
153
44%
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Humbrol Schwarzgrun
1
0%
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decal setting solution
11
3%
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Winsor Newton Crimson Ink
4
1%
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Humbrol enamels
15
4%
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Polly S paint
6
2%
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Britfix
2
1%
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Tamiya paint
13
4%
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Testors Flat Brown
2
1%
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turpentine
9
3%
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vanilla-scented Krazy Glue
5
1%
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Lacquer thinner
4
1%
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Future
24
7%
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Gale Force Nine Activator
2
1%
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Vallejo Light Flesh
10
3%
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Foundry beige
0
0%
 
Magic-Sculp
2
1%
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other (specify)
26
7%
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Citadel inks
7
2%
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Tamiya Shadow Wash
1
0%
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The Masters brush cleaner and preserver soap
7
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Testors Dullcote
20
6%
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Sol Plus
0
0%
 
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POLL DESCRIPTION

unknown member wonders...

What is the nicest smelling modeling stuff that you use?

I like the scent of most decal setting solutions. They bring back fond memories of my Organic Chemistry Lab days.

The subtle esters and alcohols have such subtle bouquets.

I would rank the lush citrus aroma of non-toxic plastic cements higher, but alas! they do not hold for crap.

Testor's Flat Brown is nice too.