CoolMiniOrNot has new Instant Putty

By Polar_Bear
In Modelling
Mar 23rd, 2012
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Cool Mini Or Not has a great new item for all you modelers out there. First there was Instant Mold. Now there’s Instant Putty.

From the update:

Instant Mold took the hobby World by storm. Allowing hobbyists to duplicate parts at will. We now have a great companion product. Introducing Instant Putty – a pre-measured, ready to mix, 2 part, fast curing epoxy putty that sets in less than 5 minutes. Instant Putty is easy to use:

Cut the amount needed
Mix thoroughly
Hardens in less than 5 minutes!

You can use Instant putty with endless modelling projects; repairs, conversions and scrathbuilding. So why wait, try Instant putty today!

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  • BaconSlayer

    Setting in five minutes seems a bit quick, but I do like the prospect for hijinks.

  • begisle

    Or go to your local home improvement store and get plumbers putty which does the same thing and you get 3x as much for 1/2 the price.

    • blackfang

      Remember, rebranding at a hugely inflated price is only bad when GW does it.

  • Porcreate have had this stuff out for 18 months now. Not my favorite stuff to use. It has limited uses, it’s not east to work after it cures and it has a nasty smell.

    Like Begisle said: Hardware store plumbing supplies. Same product and you get 4 times the quantity for the price.

  • P.S. : This looks also to have half the quantity of the Procreate stuff.

    • Soulfinger

      It’s worth buying Procreate if only to support a great company. I bought something similar from good ol’ Billy Mays that I found on clearance at a craft store. It’s a race against time to sculpt the stuff before it hardens. The chemical reaction also generates a lot of heat and a terrible odor.

  • Bobofreak

    Well then buying from CMON is supporting a great company by the same logic. I don’t know if this is the case for all Plumbers Putty as I only have one but I have a tube of Propoxy20 and the Procreate Stick putty and they are NOT the same thing. Though they basically do the same thing the Procreate product has a much finer consistency and produces a much better final product then the Propoxy20. So I will stick to using the Propoxy20 to fix the leaks under my sinks and use Procreate or the CMON product( I have one coming to try it) for producing fast and dirty press molds for things I need a ton of.