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Realistic Water, 16 fl oz
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- No mixing required - pours directly from the bottle
- Make lakes ponds and rivers with ease
- Recommended maximum layer depth of 1/8"
- Contents covers 17" diameter area at recommended depth
- 16 fuid ounces
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Use to model still or slow-moving water, such as ponds, rivers, lakes and more. Pour directly from the bottle. Realistic Water is self-leveling. Pour no more than 1/8” deep. Dries clear in approximately 24 hours and the bottle covers an area 17” in diameter when poured to the recommended depth of 1/8”.
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Update for clarification:
Three things you should know that my husband did not realize when I gave it to him:
1.Do not shake the container--as you shake it, it heats and could start to harden in the bottle;
2.The viscosity of this stuff is not very high, so the best thing to do is add one thin coat at a time to avoid making a mess (Note: when we say thin, we mean less than 5mm or 1/4 in, closer to 3mm or 1/8 in)--think similar to polyurethane coating;
3.DO NOT put this stuff directly on styrofoam. It is primarily used for model railroad terrain and not historical miniature terrain. You can use it on the styrofoam hexes, but you will have to seal the styrofoam first with a really good water-based paint or a thin but uniform coating of elmer's glue. If the artificial water seeps through a blotchy coating, it will dissolve standard styrofoam hexes. I also recommend using more applications of thinner layers if you try this on sealed styrofoam, just to make sure that you don't have any runoff seeping down the edge of the hex.
If you make dioramas and want to add water this is perfect. Looks great when completed and is easy to work with. Just pour it in 1/8 inch layers and wait 24 hours between pourings.
1) Before even starting, it is expensive
2) When applying the product- it shrinks after application (even if you pour it under 1/8 inch)
3) It develops bubbles when curing
4) It develops an undulating surface around scenery
5) It is extremely susceptible to climactic conditions (too cold, too hot, too humid, too dry, too temperate- like Goldilocks with sort term memory loss)
6) It is very viscus and is hard to contain the poured section
7) and most disappointingly, it cracks creating very noticeable fissures all over the "water"
Though the product claims to be easy to use, the typical pour and go speel, after numerous experiments, I was not willing to use it for even a 4 inch long, 2 inch wide jungle stream. It even ruined my 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch mud puddles after it still managed to develop bubbles and shrunk into the depression. I sort of managed to cosmetically fix that diorama, good enough for sale but not for display. Honestly though, I am an artist here, not a scientist; I should be spending my time on the diorama, not trying to make this Frankenstein serum come to life. God knows what this stuff will do in the long term.Read more ›
After Action Thoughts: Only pour a small layer on top, around 1/16". DO NOT mix acrylic paint in with it. Maybe a tiny amount of dye or food coloring at the most. Make sure your bottom is smooth. Do all your effects to the base by painting it. I would use Envirotex instead it is a two part epoxy and also don't go crazy with the layers. One is probably all you need. You are just going for a super shiny effect.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was able to make great water effects right out of the bottle! Love this product, lots of tutorials online too for those interested.Published 1 month ago by Michael Young
I don't use this stuff for making scenery.I use tit for craft work.This stuff IS truly good.Published 1 month ago by Grouchbag
It worked okay when poured into plastic but disappeared when used with Styrofoam.Published 1 month ago by lin
We have been trying for years to create realist water in our Christmas Village and finally stumbled upon this, this year. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MasterB
Realistic Water makes excellent realistically looking water for dioramas.Published 4 months ago by hobby fan
Awful product! won't dry completely. Stays tacky. only good for static dust free displays inside of cabinet that will never be touched.Published 5 months ago by Neil W. Brabham