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    trouble with super sculpey

    hey guys, i live in the lower part of louisiana and im pretty sure that you've all heard about katrina and rita hitting us. Anyway, i have a sculpture that was at the top of my closet. It didn't get wet, but the mildew left an upsetting odor on it. The sculpture itself was not damaged in the least bit, but the smell is still there. I was wondering if anyone knoew if there was something i could do to get rid of the smel? I guess i could just bake it and taht would get rid of the smell. thx for the help guys

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    The baking would probably take care of the smell. If not, a few layers of paint will.

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    thx for the help man. thats prob what im gonna do.

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    I hope that I'm not too late posting this. Go to a paint store {the kind that sells house paint} and buy a pint of STAIN KILLZ, it's made for covering water stains, mold, animal urin and fire damage. Killz is a primer that should work and not enterfere with your finishing paint.

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    thx for the help crossbones. im on the last stages of cleaning it up. Ill see what that stuff does to it.

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