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    Airbrush Masking Putty


    Airbrush Masking Putty | Masking Putty for airbrushing


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    What is Airbrush Masking Putty?

    Is a pliable material used in modeling and painting to mask off areas that you want to protect from paint or other applications. It works by shaping and applying it over the desired surface, creating a temporary barrier. Once painted, the product is removed, leaving behind clean, crisp edges.

    Airbrush Masking Putty easily conforms to all surfaces and other details on any model. It has been specially designed to leave no residue on surfaces, is very easy to remove, is free from grease, and cannot dry out. Perfect material to protect areas from paint and to easily create camouflage patterns.

    Its special formulation is designed for multiple uses and easy cleanup. It does not stain, it is free from grease, and cannot dry out.

    Content: 60g to be reused many many times.

    Where can I buy Masking Putty?

    You can directly buy Airbrush Putty from its manufactured Green Stuff World, and is the result of years of research with different plastic materials that have resulted in this product. You can buy camouflage putty from a variety of sources in addition to the official Green Stuff World site, including other reseller places such as hobby shops, art supply stores, online marketplaces, and specialized modeling or airbrushing retailers.

    How do I apply Masking Putty to my model or painting project?

    To apply Elastic Masking Putty, simply knead and shape it to cover the areas you want to mask off. Ensure it adheres firmly to the surface. After painting, carefully remove it with a tool or your fingers to reveal the masked areas.

    How to apply it effectively:

    1. Prepare Your Surface: Ensure that the surface you're working on is clean, dry, and free from any contaminants, such as dust or oils. This helps to adhere properly.
    2. Knead the black material: Take a small portion and knead it thoroughly to make it pliable. This makes it easier to shape and apply.
    3. Roll into Thin Ropes: Roll it into thin ropes or strips using your fingers. These ropes will be used to mask off specific areas.
    4. Apply it: Gently press the ropes onto the areas you want to mask off. Ensure that the edges conform to the shape you desire. You can use a sculpting tool, a modeling tool, or your fingers for this step.
    5. Smooth and Shape: Smooth it along the edges, making sure it adheres firmly and forms a tight seal. You can use a wet brush or your fingertip dipped in water to achieve a smoother finish.
    6. Paint and let It Dry: Allow the paint to dry completely before removing it. The drying time can vary depending on the paint type.
    7. Remove it: Carefully and slowly remove it using a fine-tip tool or your fingernail to lift the material from the painted figure without damaging the paint.

    Remember that practice improves your precision. Experiment with different techniques to achieve the desired protection and clean lines in your projects.

    Can Green Stuff World Masking Putty be reused?

    Yes, it can be reused if it remains pliable and free from contaminants. Store it in its airtight container to prevent drying out or becoming contaminated with dust or debris.

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    Is Airbrush Masking Putty safe to use on various surfaces, like plastic and metal?

    Yes, It is safe for use on a wide range of surfaces, including plastic, metal, and resins. However, always perform a compatibility test on a small, inconspicuous area to ensure it won't damage your specific material. Dusty, sandy, wet, or oily materials may not be compatible 

    What are the alternatives for masking areas in airbrushing?

    Other alternatives include masking tape and liquid masking fluid. Each method has its advantages and drawbacks, so choose the one that best suits your project and skills. All these alternatives are available at Green Stuff World.

    What are the common mistakes to avoid when using it?

    When working with it, there are several common mistakes you should be aware of to ensure a successful process:

    1. Inadequate cleaning: Failing to clean the surface thoroughly before applying the material can lead to poor adhesion and paint bleed-through.
    2. Rushing the drying process: Be patient when waiting for paint layers to dry before applying or removing it. Rushing can damage the masked areas.
    3. Using old or too-contaminated material: Ensure your product is fresh and free from contaminants like dust or debris to maintain its effectiveness.
    4. Applying too thick a layer: Using an excessive amount of product can make it challenging to achieve clean lines and may result in a messy finish.
    5. Applying it over wet paint: Wait for your base coat to dry completely before applying it to prevent smudging or blending with the wet paint.
    6. Removing it too quickly: Impatience during the removal process can lead to smudges or paint damage. Take your time and remove it carefully.

    By avoiding these common mistakes and practicing your technique, you can achieve cleaner and more precise results when using it in your projects.

    Masking putty vs Masking tape

    Both of them are used for covering areas that should not be painted, but they are different products with different properties and uses.

    Masking putty is a type of reusable modeling clay that is used to create temporary masks for painting or other applications. It is typically made from a soft, pliable black material that can be shaped and molded by hand to fit the contours of the surface being painted. It is applied directly to the surface and when it dries it can be peeled off or removed with a solvent. It is good for irregular surfaces and can be used to mask off areas that are difficult to reach with adhesive bands, such as crevices, grooves, and irregular shapes.

    The tape, on the other hand, is a type of adhesive material that is used to mask off plain areas that should not be painted. It is made from a thin, paper-like material that is coated with a pressure-sensitive adhesive. It is applied to the surface and when the paint is dry it can be removed. 

    In summary, both of them are used for covering, but they have different properties and uses. Masking Putty is good for irregular surfaces and it can also be applied much more easily while the sticky tape is good for straight lines and easy-to-reach areas.

    Are there any safety precautions when using it?

    There is no list of relevant safety precautions, here are some of them: 

    Ventilation: When airbrushing, always ensure you are working in a well-ventilated area or use a respirator especially if you are working with solvent paints. This helps reduce exposure to any fumes that may be released during the painting drying process.

    Age Restrictions: Keep in mind that this is not a toy and therefore should not be within the reach of small children or animals that could eat it since may pose a choking hazard.

    Storage: Store it in its original container, tightly sealed, and away from direct sunlight or extreme temperatures. Proper storage ensures the putty remains in a safe and usable condition.

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    el maravilloso moco negro maligno

    La compré por probarla, ahora se ha convertido en un must para los bustos y las zonas donde quieres aplicar cualquier pintura a aerógrafo y que se quede bien, lo ideal es aplicarla y dejarla un par de horas, se queda pegada a la superficie y si has puesto demasiada se desliza, pudiendo quitar los restos con un cutter, es completamente reutilizable y queda como nueva tras el uso.


    Sorcery in a tin

    This stuff is amazing. It's good for all types of masking.
    You can use it like plastic wrap, use a ruler and make perfect straight edges, break it up for patterns / camo and best of all it somehow flows like masking fluid if you let it settle, meaning you can wrap it where you want it and it hugs the model tightly flowing right into recesses so there is absolutely zero overspray.
    Don't mess around with DIY masking, this stuff is so worth the money.


    Perfecto! Lo recomiendo sin ninguna duda

    Nunca antes había usado una masilla de este tipo y debo decir que vale cada céntimo que he pagado por ella.

    Muchísimo más cómodo y rápido que enmascar con cinta. No deja residuos y no levanta la pintura, algo que suele suceder con la cinta si no tienes cuidado.

    Además, la satisfacción que te da al retirarla es algo indescriptible xD


    Very good but

    probably the best putty I have tried but it gives away a black stain on colors with much white in it like skin colors.

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