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    Kitty Litter for ground rocks in dioramas!

    Yup, you heard me right! Kitty litter has been a long tested material for use in recreating rough, rocky terrain in dioramas. Now since hearing that many years ago, there is now a plethora of clumping kitty litters out there so, no idea how that would work!!!
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    I don`t know anyone who has tried this, but surely there would be a problem with glueing it down as it is designed to absorb moisture so I am not sure how that would work. Would it absorb the glue before it had chance to stick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    I don`t know anyone who has tried this, but surely there would be a problem with glueing it down as it is designed to absorb moisture so I am not sure how that would work. Would it absorb the glue before it had chance to stick?
    Ah, excellent question and thanks for pointing me in the direction to clarify: It has to be the old style clay-based (and of course unscented ), which doesn't absorb like the new brands (of which you are absolutely correct on that). To be honest, I've not used it either, but I can see how it might be worth a look.
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    That makes sense to be honest we have not had a lot of experience with that type of kitty litter, we use the wood pellet type which definitely would not work.
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