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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2005 7:51 am 
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Does anyone know where I can find a jar of Bob Dively's Liquid mask locally? I assume this is still the liquid mask of choice for thost that don't have a Vinyl cutter.

Also, are you brushing it on? or spraying?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2005 11:11 am 
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Not sure where to find it locally... I always brushed it on, I think a single, thicker coat but I don't remember.

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I had to go online for mine, no one stocked the brand that I wanted to use...

Bob Dively Liquid Mask....

I normally brush on 3 THICK coats, makes for a much easier time taking off the masking....any areas where you have edges and such I usually add a bit more there...

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Yup, as of now online is the way to go for the Dively Liquid Mask... I used a brush whenever I used it, since my spray application experiment was a NIGHTMARE!!!

For what it's worth, I've switched back to tape- I find masking tape much easier to work with... 8)


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The way I have heard to spray liquid mask was to use a full-size car air spray gun, but you will go thru alot more mask...

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I just can't do the tape thing b/c I can't see through it to draw my awful deisgns.... I use the blue 3M tape b/c that is what I have in the basement.

For Ex... I am trying to mask a 1/12th scale body that didn't come with window masks and my patience are shot!


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All I use is Bob Dively's liquid mask. I brush on 3 to 4 thick coats. Wait 15 min between coats and allow 24 hours for the stuff to cure. Then your goo to go. I wouldnt do it any other way.


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WhoMe wrote:
All I use is Bob Dively's liquid mask. I brush on 3 to 4 thick coats. Wait 15 min between coats and allow 24 hours for the stuff to cure. Then your goo to go. I wouldnt do it any other way.


Cool. now i need to find some. though i ordered a bottle a while ago but it's either MIA or I have Alzheimers...


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 07, 2005 9:21 pm 
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mdolce wrote:
WhoMe wrote:
All I use is Bob Dively's liquid mask. I brush on 3 to 4 thick coats. Wait 15 min between coats and allow 24 hours for the stuff to cure. Then your goo to go. I wouldnt do it any other way.


Cool. now i need to find some. though i ordered a bottle a while ago but it's either MIA or I have Alzheimers...


If you ever head up to the track in Horsham, I noticed that they have it in stock in their onsite hobby shop, in both large and small bottles...

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