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Milliput Superfine 2-Part Self Hardening Putty, White

4.8 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews
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  • 2 part epoxy putty
  • Long shelf life
  • Self Hardening Putty
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Product Specifications

Model NumberMPP-3
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.5 x 1.5 x 1 inches
Item Weight 4.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B002CNEWAM
Item model number MPP-3
Manufacturer recommended age 12 months and up
Best Sellers Rank #23,209 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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Product Description

2 part epoxy putty for modeling and sculpting. Also for the restoration and repair of antiques, porcelain and other ceramics.

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I've used products like this before -- usually called Plumber's Epoxy Putty, or something similar. The deal is, you have this putty-like material that has two parts, and you squish them together to activate the chemicals. The color is usually a dark gray.

What makes this MILWHITE Putty different is that it's pure white. Frankly, it's lovely. The color opens up possibilites for mending things like china cups and plates, which you couldn't do with the old gray-type epoxy putty. (Plus, this putty is very fine in texture, not grainy.)

For my project, I needed white putty because the chrome spout on my WHITE bathtub is in need of a substitute for the conventional caulking that's currently on it. The spout happens to fall at a spot on the tub surround where the contour of the surround changes, and half the spout is against one level, and half is against another. This means there's about a quarter-inch gap behind the top half of the spout -- that is, space between the back of the spout and the surface of the tub surround. Naturally, you can't have any gaps where water might get in behind the surround, so in the past, I had used regular bathtub caulk to fill this space in. It's OK (barely), but it's not really what the situation calls for. I needed a space-filler, not a crack-sealer. I wanted something of substance that I could mold to the proper shape (to fill the gap). And I wanted something that would dry nice and hard and smooth.

The MILWHITE Putty worked like a dream. I just rolled out a little "snake" of the putty and put it exactly where I wanted it. Then I used my fingers and a tiny spatula to smooth everything out. If I wanted it even smoother, I could sand it.
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A teenager threw a glass bottle, aiming for the kitchen sink. Sadly, it hit a porcelain tile that was part of the backsplash behind the sink. Even worse, the tile was a edge tile that curved delicately over a corner.The curved portion was jaggedly broken off by the impact of the bottle. For years I tried to find a replacement tile without success. The broken tile was an eyesore in my kitchen and I was at my wits end, fearing that I would have to pay someone to re-do the whole countertop and backsplash. I searched the internet for "tile repair" and one of the things that came up on a search was this Amazon listing for Milliput Epoxy Putty. I ordered some and found that it was easy to work the putty and shape it to fill in the broken area and curve it over the corner, just like the original tile. It stays pliable for a long time, so you can sculpt it until it looks just right. After it has dried, it can be sanded and painted, if needed. My backsplash looks almost as good as new. I don't think anyone would notice the repair unless I told them about it. Thanks for making such a great product! I have also used it to repair a chipped and cracked toilet tank with great results. Highly recommended!
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I tried other resin clays for making jewelry and crafts. I found them to be a real hassle to work with due to their stickiness and length of drying time (too long or too short). Milliput was not high on my list because I was interested in fun colors for crafts. However, I found it to be so workable that I have experimented with adding color and find it satisfactory for most projects. It is not too sticky, hallelujah! I mix and let it sit until it reaches a workable consistency for whatever project I am working on. The longer drying time is quite helpful. Alcohol inks, powdered pigment and acrylic paint work well for me as colorants. The finish is matte. The consistency is somewhat dry. I love the convenience of a product that is similar in usefulness to polymer clay but does not need to be baked or cured. This resin is very strong and great for beads.
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Just like porcelain. This stuff is amazing. You get 2 different pieces of clay. You mix them together, kneading them for about 5 minutes, which activates the chemical reaction in them. Now you just apply the clay to the area you want to fix. This stuff sets rock hard, pure white, and extra smooth, just like porcelain or ceramic! And its sandable. I had dropped a pipe wrench in my bathroom sink and made a hole in the porcelain. I packed some of this stuff in the hole and it filled the area water tight and rock hard! I used too much and it set as a little mound in my sink. No problem, because later I just sanded it to match the shape of the surrounding area. This stuff is extra smooth and is semi-glossy. The water just beads off of this as though it were porcelain. I love it!
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I used this to replace a small piece of china that had chipped off the base of a teapot, leaving it wobbly. It worked exactly as promised. You mix the two types of putty together and this renders it "active," meaning you have a certain period of time to manipulate it in the desired shape (although you can use water to soften it to make the finishing touches). Then you leave overnight to cure and harden. Of course, being matte in finish and unglazed, it doesn't make the teapot look like new, but it does make it usable, filling in for the missing piece. It's very hard.
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