Milliput White is similar to Milliput Standard but much more suitable to get finer and smaller detailed pieces in all kind of applications. Each package contains two separate bars, one of which is a hardener. Upon mixing an equal quantity of each different bar the material starts to harden, and hardens fully in 90 minutes, after which it can be carved, sanded, drilled, and sculpted over.
If you are interrupted while you are mixing Milliput, you can put the Milliput into a deep freezer until you can get back to work. This will keep the product at approximately the same state of setting at which it was frozen for up to 24 hours
- In combination with water will allow to get extra smooth surfaces.
- It allows you easily to merge new layers of milliput over
- It will not get stuck to your either your fingers or your tools
- Once dried, it can be carved, sanded and drilled
- Once dried, it remains very hard and resistance. You may mix it with plasticine or other clays to save putty reducing it hardness.
- Heat resistance up to 130ºC.
There are a number of ways of colouring Milliput.
Different colours can be obtain by cross-mixing or blending from the range of colours that Milliput is available in.
Powder pigment can be mixed in, in small quantities, so that the mixture does not become too dry and crumbly. Strong powder pigment rather than powder paint is better as smaller amounts can be used.
Liquid colourings, like enamel paints, oil paints, spirit based-dyes or pigments can also be used to colour Milliput, but liquids or pastes may be difficult to introduce into the putty, again small quantities should be used, to avoid creating a very wet mix that may be difficult to mix.
In all cases the Milliput should be thoroughly mixed by rolling & folding about 30-35 times. This will ensure that all the hardener has come in good contact with the resin and the Milliput will then set correctly.