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    Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty
    Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty
    Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty

    Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty

    Our putty is a gypsum-based powder that becomes very hard mixed with water, never shrinks and has great strength. Many use it to fill holes and cracks in wood,

    The Giant Red Maple Bonsai was made with copper wire and Durham’s wood putty. A BIG thanks to Brae for the tip on using Durham’s, I had intended to fill with clay, this saved me days of work.  The green tree is by Model builders supply. I lost count of how many leaves were punched, let’s just say hundreds.

    Taylor Baldwin, "Ghost blight" (detail), 2011, extinct heart pine and burnt wood harvested from the site of a murder/arson, white plexiglass, brass screws, polyurethane, ratchet straps, urethane plastics, reassembled pallet, Durham's water putty, colorant, antique flooring nails, cardboard, ivory, polystyrene, shellac primer, motorcycle battery, automotive LED lights, electrical cord, alligator clamps, newspaper, acrylic paint, colored pencil and gouache on cast plastic

    Bowling ball finger holes filled with Durham's water putty, prime with oil based primer to seal, paint black, add red wings, and dots and drill holes for antenna. Use copper wire and wooden beads (12 gage copper wire and 1" beads)

    Christmas wreath ornament is cast in a common candy mold with Durham’s Water Putty and then painted. A magnet or wire hanger (such as a paper clip) can be inserted into the back of the casting before it hardens. #Durham’s #Durhams #WaterPutty #ChristmasOrnament #ChristmasDecoration #RefrigeratorMagnet

    New Peteena head mold Made from Durham's water putty. Harder than plaster, doesn't chip or erode down with use. Doesn't get chalky. This stuff is new to me and I'm trying it out. I like it so far.

    Birdhouse with decoration using Durham's water putty

    Birdhouse with decoration using Durham's water putty

    A picture of a skeleton mold sent in by Durham's Water Putty user, Heather!

    A picture of a skeleton mold sent in by Durham's Water Putty user, Heather!

    Durham's Water Putty - excellent product -Rock hard. Plastic repair material in powder form; to be mixed with water. Will not shrink. Can be used on walls, floors, furniture, woodwork or plaster. Hardens in 30 minutes. Can be colored or painted.

    Ronald Feldman Gallery www.feldmangaller... objects cast from blister packaging and custom molds Durham Rock Hard Water Putty, polymer, steel and auto paint 4 x 96 x 138 inches

    How to make a miniature planet from Durham's water putty. Visit this site for how-to instructions: solipsistgaming.b...

    Miniature thatched roof huts using Durham's water putty. For how-to instructions visit: solipsistgaming.b...

    Shuffleboard refinishing - spot patching those dings and chipped wood. Durham Water Putty used to patch the dings & dents.

    A piece of 150+ year old trim repaired using a custom cut scraper and Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty

    Starfish casting mold idea provided by propnomicon.blogs.... Visit their website for more info.

    Durham's water putty is great for flooring repairs. Picture provided by www.picardyprojec.... Visit their website for detailed how-to instructions.

    Mehron Fixative "A" is a clear liquid plastic medium used to seal or provide a protective sealing barrier over prosthetic materials and hand applied makeup designs. It is ideal to use over SFX creations made from modeling waxes and putties to protect them, and provide a contact surface for makeup finishing products. Fixative "A” dries to a hard clear finish and can be used to seal water-based paint makeup designs, making them waterproof with the appearance of a tattooed like result.

    A mosaic tile table top is a super fun must! I don't know if I'd want it for my kitchen table, but a bed side table or coffee table might be fun. :)

    Durham's Water Putty used as a wood filler

    water putty- wow, very cool things can be done with water putty

    Only a couple of bucks for a 16 oz. can. You mix it (powder) with water to the consistency that you need for your repair. Use it instead of wood putty for smaller jobs. It sands beautifully and lasts forever, as you only mix what you need for each job.

    Another method to make your own furniture appliques, this one using Play-Doh for molds and Durham's Water Putty for the applique.

    A "haunted" door knocker made from Durham's Water Putty. The skull portion is solid Water Putty and painted to look like bronze. The knocker has a sensor and motor drive hidden in it. As people approach, the knocker starts knocking on its own. Despite years of use and hundreds of hours of knocking, you can see the Water Putty has held up perfectly.

    "Team Spirit" created by John R. Kohn using Durham's Rock Hard Putty. To contact the artist, email him at mailto:bluesinbfl...

    DIY floating shelves using Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty.