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    Default Steel Mill Scenery using fusion fiber

    I tried fusion fiber for the first time..
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    Consistency looks similar to Sculptamold.

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    I have used it and still have some. What I really like is that it dries hard without glue and later if you need to make some changes all you have to do is re-wet the area and it becomes pliable again.
    Also if you have any left over that is already mixed you seal it in a zip lock bag and it stays wet. I have some in a bag that I mixed up 2 years ago and itís still wet and will be workable with a little added water.

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