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  1. Default Best Grime Product 
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    Hey!
    Im wondering who sells the best bottle of grime. Has anyone had great success with a great grime product? I'm trying to really grime-up my kitchen room.

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  2. Default Grime 
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    Frightprops Grime works great. Another Option is Allen Hobbs Method Using Clear Poly Glue, Food Coloring or the best method is Clear Poly Glue and Smoothe On's too strong Tints . Also check out Allen's ICE You Tube Video. His is with a green tint looks like Snot or Ectoplasm Awesome looking stuff I am making a batch today for a scene to try it. Very Cheap and it looks like it will do the job. I tryed His Blood Formula just because I am Cheap and it looks awesome. The Smoothe On Tints are a little pricey but it only takes a few drops so it goes a long way. I added a liitle brown and green to my blood. Try it you will love It It is cheap and looks great.

    Thanks Ryan
     

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    For grime I like
    clear glue
    coffee grounds
    yellow food coloring

    it works really well on sets.
     

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    Just to widen the options a little- these guys are always running discounts. the last time I ordered 4 gallons I was able to get them for a little under $8 each including shipping.

    http://www.ssww.com/item/color-splas...ort=price/p=2/
    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temple of his gods.

    What you put into your mind- you put into your life.


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    Also, tandy leather antique stain in saddle tan is a great grimer. use it straight or mix it in a spray bottle with water- it gives amazing results.
    http://www.tandyleatherfactory.com/e...s/2614-05.aspx
    go to the store near you, register as a business and pay better pricing, set it up in their system so you pay tax since you are the end user.
    Allen H
     

  7. Default Leather tanner is perfect 
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    Thanks Allen ,.... I jsut ordered the leather tanner. This is exactly what I was looking for for some of my walls that need griming. I hate painting so this will certainly do the trick for me.
    Travis "Big T" Russell
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    Big T Productions Inc

    Owner and Operator of "The Plague" and "Camp Nightmare"

    Customer Quote of the year: "Damn, I pissed myself"
     

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    Travis have you ever used it? Its really awesome.
     

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    Here are a few pics to show the leather stain in action, this is a resin hinge that I painted with chrome spray paint, then I applied the stain with a brush, then wiped it off/around with a cloth.

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    thanks Allen! I'm going to try them all out. I
     

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