While I use Bloxygen myself, I have never used it for my putty's.... You
can get it at WoodCraft.
It displaces the air in the top of the cans of paint or varnish and so on
type products. It keeps the products that cure in the presence of air from
skimming over in the can.
Does that really work for you? I was under the assumption that putty dries
out because the solvent in it quickly evaporates an dries out. I personally
have more of a problem with the putty drying out when the can is open vs.
with it tightly closed.
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