Author Topic: Colorado Midland Railway Engineering Report  (Read 87915 times)

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Re: Colorado Midland Railway Engineering Report
« Reply #840 on: August 13, 2019, 01:27:35 AM »
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White glue and alcohol might be a contributor. If you accidentally used Elmer’s School Glue, especially so since that stuff is highly washable. Regular Elmer’s White Glue is a little less so. Most rocks I’ve seen added to scenic water mediums are placed loose during the pour. The dried latex paint is not water soluble, so that’s not the issue.

You might just have a simple incompatibility issue between the poured material and the water soluble glue.

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Re: Colorado Midland Railway Engineering Report
« Reply #841 on: August 13, 2019, 07:44:12 AM »
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I don’t know where the bubbles are or even the type of river or stream modeled, but can you hide the bubbles with “white water” rapids?  A little touch up with some paint or some Woodland Scenics special effects medium?

Boy am I glad I saw your post, though.  I need to start my lake, and it has a foam base.  I guess I’ll have to lay down some Masonite first.  :|

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