It was designed to be rolled, cut, pumped or by any other method desired. It is a bluish-purple rather than the typical reddish-purple seen and looks especially nice with silver or gold tailed stars. If desired, leave the dextrin out and bind with acetone or alcohol. When dry, a water soluble prime may be used. Prime heavily (+- 1 mm [.040″] thick) with a fairly hot prime (super prime). It looks nice in cavity comets.
This formula is analogous to other parlon colors, including “ruby red”, and yes, the red gum is primarily for fuel. I suspect substitutions will work also. I only ask if you do so and it works, please share the results with me. Thank you.