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    I also use johnsons. heat until soft and apply with a paintbrush after damming any holes with modelling clay.

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    LoneGunman is right. I stopped using the standard release agent in favor of Johnson's Paste Floor Wax, many years ago.
    Just apply a heavy coat with a brush, and DON'T wipe it off. It also seems to be easier to clean off than the release agent, and doesn't have to dry for a long time.

    Johnson's is available at most Wal-Mart's and hardware stores that sell wood flooring supplies.

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    Two thick coats of PASTE floor wax will work.
    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by TomJ:
    Just opened an acraglass kit I had on the shelf for years and the relase agent is dried up into a little ball in the jar (kit was new, in wrap, but 5 years old!)

    Need to bed an action tonight for testing tomorrow and would like get an idea from others on an alternative, anyone?
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    Alternate to stock bed Release Agent?

    Just opened an acraglass kit I had on the shelf for years and the relase agent is dried up into a little ball in the jar (kit was new, in wrap, but 5 years old!)

    Need to bed an action tonight for testing tomorrow and would like get an idea from others on an alternative, anyone?
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