M00057 MOREZMORE Glue Epoxy Try Magic Smooth Gel StrongGripOnSmallSurface

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Northern wing of the estate.
A stone-paved path leads to Morezmore Studio.
Inside you find:

1.5 oz sample of Magic Smooth (by Wesco)
Two part epoxy in gel form

Here is a chance to try it in an economical trial size before getting full size jars.

Actually, even this 1.5 oz sample will take you through several repairs.

Magic Smooth is a two-part epoxy gel, it comes in 2 containers. Once the two ingredients are mixed (equal amounts), it hardens to rock-hard state. It takes about 30 minutes to start hardening (from the time of mixing) and it completely cures after overnight.

Magic Smooth is a companion product to Magic Sculpt with a gel-like or vaseline- or petroleum jelly-like consistency.

Very useful product anytime you need a very strong glue at a spot where the working surface is small and the grip must be strong (consider repair of a broken porcelain figurine, for example). Petroleum jelly-like texture allows for it to get into smallest cracks as well as adhere tenaciously to almost any surface, including glass and metal. It is also great for filling small holes, anchoring nails, screws, rods, as well as miscellaneous household repairs of china, porcelain, dolls, etc.

The mermaid on the photo is not being repaired - she is going through the process of securing of her head and hands module tubes to the armature wire - a normal process of building Morezmore Modular Brickhouse Armature. The tubes fit snugly over the wire already, but Magic Smooth is able to penetrate into the tube in a thinnest layer nevertheless and, once cured, will hold the modules dead - they will not come off or even rotate. You can see on the picture a toothpick with some goo on it - that is mixed Magic Smooth.

Incredibly economical - this sample will last through several repairs and 1 lb kit will last you forever - its shelf life is indefinite. Both Magic Smooth and Magic Sculpt are water based and clean up and smoothing out can be accomplished with water. It can also be thinned with water. It can be sanded and painted when hard.

Here is the finished mermaid sculpt, by the way.