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deemery
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Posted - 02/15/2021 :  09:43:19 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by CNE1899

Dave,

Do you have to water? And what type of soil do you use?

Scott



Sculptamold has a long working time, but once that's done, it's set. So I have to remember to go back after about 30 minutes to 'water' and smooth out the Sculptamold. Before then, it's too wet to work. (The farmers/gardeners out there know what it's like trying to work soil that is too wet.)

Fortunately, once it's set, you don't need to fertilize. Just add paint, dirt, glue and vegetation :-) I did that to one small area over the weekend, and then went back and extended that area with more Sculptamold. Pictures maybe later today.

dave


Modeling 1890s (because the voices in my head told me to)

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