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Topic review - Info on wood model
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  Post subject:  Re: Info on wood model  Reply with quote
I don't have much experience with wooden model planking but plan to build a wooden ship kit in the near future once I clear up the last few models I have sitting around. About 30 years ago, I built a great lakes freighter kit produced by Carr's Hobby in Duluth. This kit consisted mostly of balsa and provided an excellent representation of a standard 600-foot lake freighter. I used a standard sanding sealer purchased at the local hardware store to finish the kit. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful. Good luck on your model. Let us know how the build goes!
Post Posted: October 12, 2018, 7:22 am
  Post subject:  Info on wood model  Reply with quote
I recently purchased the City of Buffalo wooden kit. This is my first jab at wooden boats. I just completed the planking and would like to know if there is a product for sealing prior to painting that does not involve mixing epoxy and resin? Any spray products available? Thanks much
Post Posted: October 11, 2018, 7:59 am

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