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#1 posted 01-14-2019 12:58 AM

I don’t think that I would want to risk having to clean bondo off of someones mouthpiece. Since it is designed to permanently stick to metal, that could be a nightmare to clean off. In fact anything that needs a release agent would worry me. I would look at the modeling clays at a craft store like Michaels or maybe Crayola Air-Dry Clay; preferably, something that is water soluble. At a minimum, experiment with some old silverware or something with a nice silver or nickel finish on it to make sure that you don’t ruin it.

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