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    couged foamy

    Greetings,
    I help a fellow, elderly Vet with his models, assy, starting, repair etc. All I deal with personally is wood models. He decided to get severl planes from the WWII and Korean war period one of which is a Zero that is all foam. My problem is his cat got into the model room and scratched and chewed the hell out of the wings and tail.
    What can I use for repairs? Will bulsa lite filler work or is there a produce thats for foam? Also the question of paint interes in as most paints melt foam. Please help.
    Thanks
    ocelot31454

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    RE: couged foamy

    You might get a better response over in the RC Foamy section. The composites forum primary deals with resin and fiber based structures.

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    RE: couged foamy

    Use spackel ..for dry wall...perfict for a foamy!


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