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🌳 Enhanced Scenic Cement by Woodland Scenics: S191 Review




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Description of 🌳 Enhanced Scenic Cement by Woodland Scenics: S191

Brand name: Woodland Scenics. Country of Origin: United States.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Excellent material!

Scenic Cement was not purchased for use in Woodland Scenic scenarios, but rather for use in intricate family-related 3D decoupage. The artwork featured family photos raised for a three-dimensional effect, as well as source materials applied to the landscape or subject. Finally, a few Fairy Garden miniatures were added to add some humor to the scene. Scenic Cement was used to simplify processing and to ensure (invisible) adhesion of the raw material. Cement has proven itself for its purpose. The

  • Inspires Confidence
  • Out of Style

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Bad glue or too thin

After a week of assembly I finally got around to coloring. I spent 2 days painting my entire large display and after everything was dry I finally used the grass glue. After spraying everything and waiting half a day. I touched it lightly to see if it was still dry, it was still damp so I waited until the end. Even grass dust does not stick to the clay after drying! WTF! I bought hundreds of dollars of woodland painting materials, and now that I finally got to the last part, I realized that…

  • Great price
  • Big and chunky

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Amazing things

Well designed product. When I first applied the product I was a bit apprehensive as Scenic Cement has a very low surface tension and tends to coat and soak through. I sprayed it on the tiny leaves used in the forest diorama and at first it looked like milk had been poured over my landscape. But the cement had actually dried, leaving the leaves in a position as if they had just fallen to the surface and ready to be picked up by the slightest breeze. amazing things. Sometimes a particular phase…

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  • Only available in black