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Message Board/Need Help With Lakes

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-Mighty Mushroom


You probably shouldn't have to mix any water with it. When it dries it'll dry kinda clear but since you're going to paint it anyways, who cares. Too much water is my guess to it not drying. Also, you probably live in a humid area too which doesn't help (here in Utah it's incredibly dry so things dry up really quick out here).

If PVA Glue is giving you troubles, you might want to check out some of the river stuff you can get from WoodlandScenics?. I'll look up their web address and add new info on their page, but for the most part they're a company that specializes in terrain for railroad sets, but this terrain is very useful for our needs. They've got some easy-to-use river stuff that's not too expensive.

-Shnar Gru

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