Some Gnomes are just too hard to throw out, no matter how broken they become. Just ask Freddy here - his favorite flamingo seems to have lost his head. Here are some steps we used to bring Freddy & friend back to life!
- Super glue any parts of the gnome you may still have back together, making sure they are as close to the origional position as possible.
- Once the glue is set, deal with any damaged and missing pieces by using air dry clay to back-fill the empty spaces.
- After letting the clay dry completly come back with a piece of 180 grit sand paper and knock all the excess clay off, scuffing around the reapir and making sure its clean of paint.
- Back-fill the clay spot on your gnome with 2 part epoxy.
- West Systems 403 is an additive you stir into epoxy to make it less runny. Use this to create a paste if you need to build more height.
- Once the epoxy sets, sand it smooth and to the gnomes origional shape.
- Paint as desired.