Awesome thanks for the details. I have yet to be able to notice where you have applied any.More than happy glad you are interested.
The plastic being repaired is Nitrocellulose in base.
Commonly referred to as Celluloid plastic.
It is formed by mixing cellulose fiber and camphor.
It is the earliest form of plastic made in the late 1800's.
Old film was made in this manner.
Very durable and very flammable.
Many old films improperly stored went on fire.
Very easy to make by mixing the two and adding color to match.
Much like using Bondo on autobody repairs.
I prefer to make it there are autobody type fillers available.
The color is a matter of trail and error.
Many colors in powder form are added to the mixture.
Work time is short as it sets rather quickly.
No smoking while mixing.:vs_laugh:
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