A kind of thick paste or cement compounded of whiting, or soft carbonate of lime, and linseed oil, when applied beaten or kneaded to the consistence of dough, -- used in fastening glass in sashes, stopping crevices, and for similar purposes.
Materials used to fill imperfections in a substance. Composed of a lacquer or polyester resin. Applied with a squeegee/spreader and sanded smooth. PSI: Pounds per square inch. PVA: Polyvinyl Acetate Quarter Panel: Usually the metal panel that stretches between the rear door and the rear of the car. Some cars will also name the panel that the front fender bolts to the quarter panel. For instance VW Beetle calls the front and rear panels that the fenders bolt to the "Quarter panels."
Any of a number of compounds used to fill gaps, pinholes or seams in a model. Generally, the putty is squeezed out of a tube and applied to the seam or hole, where it hardens. It can then be sanded smooth. An example would be Squadron putty, sold in most model shops. See also: epoxy putty.
A type of cement usually made of whiting and boiled linseed oil, beaten or kneaded to the consistency of dough, and used in sealing glass in sash, filling small holes and crevices in wood, and for similar purposes.
Putty is a generic term for a plastic material similar in texture to clay or dough typically used in domestic construction and repair as a sealant or filler. Painter's Putty is typically a linseed oil based product used for filling holes, minor cracks and defacements in wood only. Putties can also be made intumescent, in which case they are used for firestopping as well as for padding of electrical outlet boxes in fire-resistance rated drywall assemblies.
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