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QUOTE (dooferdog @ 14 Dec 2007, 05:21) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Worra' bout using fine washing detergent as a scatter? It would stick to PVA etc, and would make the railway room smell luffly! Seriously, if you like the effect, bake some in the oven at a very low temperature to get rid of most of the smell. I wouldn't recommend it in a damp place, though!

***A creative thought but not all that wise I think:

Washing powders are caustic, and its quite concentrated in powder form - I'd not want them lying around the layout.

Some types of washing powders + a chemical I'll not name plus heat are quite a good explosive, and they DO give off some less than friendly gasses when just heated, so I'd not bake them either.

Richard
 
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