> Fellow rocketeers:
> I've found a superior wood filler to use on body tube seams. It's made
> by DAP and it's called "Latex Wood Dough." It's easier to apply than
> Elmer's Fill'n Finish, which I read several recommendations for earlier
> this year. Also, it comes in a "natural" wood color, which is much
> lighter and easier to cover when painting than Fill'n Finish. Try it
> out on your next rocket!
How does it sand? One of the advantages of FnF is that, once dry, it
sands very much like soft balsa; you can sand it down on a tube seam
without doing more than raising fuzz on the tube itself. Does***
Wood Dough allow this?
Lynortis is dead, and there are no mourners.
-- unknown historian, from "Lynortis Reprise"
Donald Qualls, aka The Silent Observer NAR # 70141-SR Insured
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Opinions expressed are my own -- take them for what they're worth
and don't expect them to be perfect.