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  1. I just wanted to post a general question about the mixture of Green Stuff. On the piece I posted here in Sculpting, a commentor noticed that I had a number of small fects of yellow still mixed into the green stuff. They offered the suggestion to avoid 1mm of the center line of the Green Stuff ribbon, a great bit of advice. However, since I read that suggestion I have been avoiding the center line of the ribbon and still, even just cutting small corners from the outside edges, I have noticed small flects of hard yellow in the mix. Is this something that could be conisdered normal? Does everyone who uses Green Stuff ribbons encounter small, hardened bits of yellow as they work it onto the piece? Is there some specific method of mixing the two parts that perhaps I'm neglecting? I would appreciate any help with this. I have been aggravated a number of times as I work a piece toward a finish and notice a flec of yellow jutting uncooperatively from an otherwise smooth finish and have to dig it out and hope to salavge the detai. Thank you...
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