Water Drops® “color”
250 g transparent, for approx. 300 ml,
25 g of each colour blue, green, brown
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Details Water Drops® “color”
Two things make the Water-Drops® in the water-shaping indispensable: their easy processing and the ability to make by heating can later be details such as waves or rapids. As a product family, there is the Water-Drops® in three versions: The Water- Drops® are transparent ideal to make crystal clear lakes, rivers and streams. For the color design of the underground waters, we recommend the basic color set (ref. 60875). The Water-Drops® color in addition to the transparent Drops for mixing and blue, green and brown Drops. To make your own individual water color. The Water-Drops® easy simplify working with the Water-Drops® in addition. Simply remove the cover and put the mug of heat-resistant plastic in the oven and melt.
The Water-Drops® are an ideal material for the simulation of stationary and flowing water in the model. In particular, the opportunity to melt the water after curing again (for example, with a strong hairdryer), opens the modeller up many possibilities. So you are able to model waves or remove scratches from the water surface later. The Water-Drops® are offered in the variants transparent (ref. 60855) and color (ref. 60856).
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How-to-tip Water Drops® “color”
The Water-Drops® be melted easily in the oven in a heat-resistant container (eg. B. jam jar). After melting of the drops, the material remains for approximately 3 minutes in a syrupy consistency. Now it can be poured into the prepared stream or lake bed.
Is this water cured on your model landscape and you want more changes to the water surface - no problem: With a hairdryer you can melt the surface at any time and edit. With a hot air gun you can even liquefy the entire Water-Drops® waters. A commercial hair dryer is ideal to subsequently draw waves or rapids.
VERY IMPORTANT: Stir the Water-Drops® very well with a metallic object (eg. with a metal spoon or screwdriver). If the material is not bubble-free or not transparent, return the jar or pot in the oven and heat it for a few more minutes.