Check Lil's for Tamiya Plastic Putty which comes in 2 colors (I think) one of which is white.
There are also other brands out there from MR. Hobby and Gunze Sangyo...
Some of them warp when they dry so you may apply a couple or more times before you get it looking right. You can also use epoxy putty from your local hardware but there is always a risk of plastic incompatibility...
I have experienced Pioneer Epoxy (I think white and pink mixed together) as filler and "pang masilya" when we were still assembling speaker buffles back then. And I think it will do the same job for plastics... I have to buy it from there though.
boris: WOW! wala ng tao ata dito
Sept 24, 2014 23:57:05 GMT 8
mechapunk: seems like it. a far cry when it was a fresh board in 2001. we started with just Malvin,me, omni x, and oliver. then it rose to about a hundred members, lurkers and the like. now it is a Ghost town.
Oct 2, 2014 19:49:27 GMT 8