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Green Stuff

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Eludia, Apr 28, 2016.

  1. Eludia A Fixture

    Hey folks,

    I'm probably teaching you to suck eggs here guys so apologies in advance but I've been shopping around for Kneadatite (Green Stuff) and here are the options I found:

    1. Games Workshop - £7 + postage for approx 7" strip (20g). I don't know how much it is in store, I don't go in if I can help it as the smell of BO from unwashed teenagers tends to make me gag.

    2. eBay - £9 for a 3ft roll (100g) incl. postage.

    After a lot of thought, I reluctantly went for option 2 ;)
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  2. Claude Portsmouth Active Member

    Commonly known as a "No Brainer".....LOL
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  3. kenshin393 A Fixture

    Option 2 is probably coming from a Spanish company called greenstuffworld. They do a bunch of very handy tools like rollers for making cobbles or industrial grating and the like. Excellent service too.
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  4. Eludia A Fixture

    I spotted Greenstuffworld Jim but they work out a little more expensive, about a tenner incl. postage. The slightly cheaper option is a UK based seller (thetrolltrader).

    I'll have a look at Greenstuffworld's gadgets though, they sound interesting :)
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  5. peedee A Fixture

    Billy ?

    Don't forget....when you get to SMW in November deop by Sylmasta and get next year's tub for the same price, (sometimes less), and no postage.
    usually in Hall 1 by one of the doorways to Hall 2.
    I buy 2 a year, every year.

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  6. Gaudin A Fixture

    Sylmasta is the place to go. Can rely on being fresh, also can buy separate colours, not the stupid strip
  7. Eludia A Fixture

    I've always used the strip and haven't had any problems whatsoever. Is there something I've been missing?
  8. stoffy01 A Fixture

    Sorry for the late reply to this thread, have only just seen it. I bought a heap around 7years ago, so a bulk lot I guess. It's in the ribbon form and I've kept it in the freezer and not a problem, so maybe look at buying the larger quantity to save. As for the strip I've found you do have to slice a little of the middle away where the two types join as it has hardened but other than that it's fine.

    Sent from my SM-G900I using Tapatalk
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  9. valiant A Fixture

    Mine doesn't last long enough to go off!!!(y)

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