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I recently tried ogoo myself. Freshly made it sticks to PLA but after
curing it does not at all. By pushing small oogoo pieces into a prints
crevices instead of pushing a whole print into a block of oogoo
air-bubbles can be completely avoided. This is perfect for mold making
for poly-urethane or other resins and excellent for making hundreds of
board game pieces or other useful small identical parts.

I found
that even quite a bit of starch excess is possible. In fact so much that
the mass rips on the edges when you squeeze it and crumbles when you
stir it gently. You'll believe that it will crumble after setting but
it does not. This gives harder pieces (similar to and usable as eraser).
Also adding fir oil covers up the unpleasant vinegar odor quite well
and adding a droplet of magenta acrylic paint gave me a fine grained
inhomogeneous dotted appearance. (It looked like the stuff that comes
out
in a liposuction)