What kind of props or projects is monster mud best used for?
Here's an idea that kills two birds with one stone (heh...) anyways, if you are going to put it outside then you need to waterproof it. For example, after I coated my Beloved with the MM, I put three coats of Drylok (gray) over that. Drylok has the sand already in it and I had Beloved out in the Kansas elements for a solid month and no damage. Plus, with every coat of Drylok I put on, the more it took the stone-like features of the MM and made it more authentic.Maybe adding sand to the monster mud to give it a stone texture?????