Cut paste has the consistency of clay or playdoh. Take a small bit of it and place it in the palm of your hand and roll it around to warm it...you'll end up with a ball or string like form depending on how you roll it. Apply it to the wound sparingly. You don't need a lot...meaning that ... it doesn't have to be thick...if its thickness is about that of an envelope it should do the job...the idea is your just trying to put a thin barrier in place.
From what i can see i just want to cover the gall and not place it in it ? and will this stuff eventually go away itsself or do i take it off down the road ? never worked with the stuff just wondering.
[img]https://img297.imageshack.us/img297/704/areas001.jpg[/img] ( heres the gall for you to see // also the part that lost its bark can i do it there to or do i let him heal over that himself thats if he will ? )
[img]https://img517.imageshack.us/img517/7664/areas002.jpg[/img] ( main worry in this area is the part at the bottom can i use it there ? other two im just curious if i can do it there also )
Im extremely sorry for the very beginner guestions and this whole splurge in this one reply, just worried about him and want to tend to it before more happens( on other hand he is growing like a beast and seems very happy ). Hope ur not mad and willing to answer thank you.