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Introducing MAGIC WATER, a water modelling product specially formulated for model railroads and dioramas.  After extensive testing of existing products and input from modellers on the subject of modelling water, we found a great need for a product that was easy to use and truly effective.  After two years of development the result is MAGIC WATER,.  This is what MAGIC WATER, is and what it will do and not do.

 

Magic Water per pack

 

 This product now only ships within the UK.

Due to mailing restrictions we cannot supply it outside the UK

 
  • MAGIC WATER -
is a 2 part epoxy resin that sets up in approximately 24 hours.  It has no noxious odours, needs no heat, nor creates any heat, and will not melt plastic or Styrofoam.  Requires no layering and may be poured as thin or as deep as desired.
  • MAGIC WATER -
 will not, crack, shrink, bubble or yellow.  It remains pliable and temperature extremes have no ill effect on it.  Its shelf life is indefinite even after opening, lasts for years.
  • MAGIC WATER -
may be tinted with enamel paints and inks, teased into ripples and waves, and any products such as clear silicone caulk, gloss medium, acrylic, Mod Podge, may be applied to it for topical effects.  If poured un-tinted it will remain absolutely clear.
  • MAGIC WATER -
will not wick up dock, pier pilings, or bridge trestles.
  • MAGIC WATER -
is easily dusted and cleaned with anti-static plastic cleaner, available at hardware stores.
  • MAGIC WATER -
comes with a full colour tech guide with photo instructions on modelling many projects, including waterfalls, ice ponds, rivers & streams, lakes & ponds, rapids, etc.  The guide is written for the novice, those who have never attempted to do water
  • MAGIC WATER -
is safe for kids under supervision, and is simply the easiest and most realistic product available.  Included also in the guide are the manufacturers phone and e-mail, for any questions and tech help that may arise for the consumer when using the product. 
  MAGIC WATER - examples - click for the bigger picture
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