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    Dolphin Glaze

    Used some today for the first time, as runny as double cream and easy to sand. If you're looking for a runny filler/stopper give it a try, excellent stuff AND it doesn't contain real dolphin, at least I couldn't taste any in it.

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    Never head o that. and stop saying innit at the end of a sentence, makes you sound like a gangsta

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    Doesn't shrink like celly stopper either. I only use it on pinholes and fill any other digs or marks with Topstop, a runny catalysed stopper/fine filler.

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    I use Starchem for minor dings etc, more like a "normal" filler but very fine and easy to sand, expensive though! I'm using the Dolphin glaze for filling minor pinholes and scratches left in the Starchem. Can't praise it enough, not available round here though, I had to order it online, I paid about £12 for it but some places were listing it for over £20!!!

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    I'm using 'I can't believe it's not filler'.
    It spreads easy straight from the fridge.

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    Does your daughter have P38 in her sandwiches?

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    ....anyway, you said you were going to use woodchip wallpaper on the Corsair to save all that filler nonsense?

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    I decided on Artex.

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    Very 1980's retro, are you then going to paint it Porsche pink with some splash graphics?

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