posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 11:58 AM
It's called "Epoxy Putty".
It is basically an epoxy resin with a fibrous filler.
It doesn't need the fire to harden though.....most epoxy's will set slower when left next to a heat source and can ignite.
The epoxy putty can be a little bulky and can be substituted for regular epoxy resin(Araldite, etc). When in the field, the resin can be mixed with
sand, grass, bark, etc to provide a fibrous binding/filling agent.
You can also substitute super-glue for the epoxy resin when in a pinch.
edit on 19/1/2013 by OccamAssassin because: (no reason given)