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Apoxie Sculpt 4 Lb. White Epoxy Clay

by Aves

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4 LB
White
  • Self-hardening, 2 part product (A & B) must be mixed thoroughly. Putty like feel.
  • Open working time about 2-3 hours. Cures hard overnight (24 hour full cure).
  • Product Features * Self-hardening, 2 part product (A & B) must be mixed thoroughly. Putty like feel. * Open working time about 2-3 hours. Cures hard overnight (24 hour full cure). * 0% shrinkage. * Strongly adheres to almost any clean surface . . . including ceramic, fiberglass, foam, glass, metal, plastics, resin, stone, wood, and more. * User friendly clay. Non-flammable, non-hazardous. No solvents or fumes. Conforms to ASTM D.4236.
  • Strongly adheres to almost any clean surface . . . including ceramic, fiberglass, foam, glass, metal, plastics, resin, stone, wood, and more.
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Product Details

Size: 4 LB | Color: White
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002QAKT94
  • Item model number: av4wh
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (231 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,236 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Size: 4 LB | Color: White

Apoxie�� Sculpt is used around the world by sculptors, restorers, miniaturists, hobbyists, crafters, repair persons, and students. It is used in museums, schools, motion picture studios, aquariums, and theme parks. Apoxie�� Sculpt, is a self-hardening synthetic clay that combines the features and benefits of clay with those of epoxies.

Customer Reviews

A little goes a long way.
bevey
It's a good and cheap alternative to some of the more expensive putties out there.
Cross
It's very easy to use and dries hard as a rock.
Robert Atchison

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Fangs on March 29, 2010
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: 1 LB Verified Purchase
This is truly an amazing product. Ive used it in several projects including customizing model horses and sculpting and have gotten amazing results. Ive tried other 2 part epoxies before, but this one blew them all away. It was easy to mix and is firm enough to sculpt and hold without being too firm to shape. I was especially amazed by how far a little bit goes with this! With the amount of projects you can complete with just a little bit of the apoxie sculpt, you truly get ten times what you paid for! Its absolutely fantastic. I would recommend this product to anyone who does any sort of sculpting, customizing, or even just repairing objects! (using it to repair a broken flash drive casing actually) This product is really versatile and well worth the money!
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Angela K. McBride on April 21, 2014
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: 1 LB Verified Purchase
I know, people here think that this stuff is expensive. And that is because they are ARTISTS, not BOATERS. Wait until someone take the same product and puts it in a box written "marine" on it, you'll see. For a boater, this stuff is a hidden gem.
I was looking for a better alternative than the overpriced marine-tex and other crappy epoxy available in the marine world, not even because of the price, but because of: 1/ the crazy toxicity of the marine products 2/ the ridiculously short working time 3/ the hard to smooth, impossible to shape texture 4/ the necessity to sand forever after it dries (because you couldn't get it perfectly to shape). 5/ the waste of half of the product on the mixing surface and mixing stick, and the other half while sanding the excess (yes, I know, that makes 100%. I'm exaggerating, but just a little)

THIS PRODUCT IS A MIRACLE. Let me list here the amazing benefits of this product:
1/ it is epoxy. This means super strong, waterproof, UV-resistant, can be used inside, outside, underwater, under the water line, on wood, on fiberglass, on metal, on whatever you throw at it. Epoxy rules.
2/ it is EASY to mix and work with. As easy as play-doh.
3/ it is VERY EASY to smooth/shape/blend! just put soapy water on your finger and it becomes a magic wand. you can blend pieces together, smooth them out, just by passing a finger on top. Crazy.
4/ there is a GREAT working time of over 2 hours. No rush, mistakes can be corrected easily.
5/ there is virtually NO WASTE, as every little piece of it can be collected and reused (within the 2 hours). This makes this product infinitely cheaper than any other epoxy mix, where the waste is the major part of the product.
6/ it doesn't create an expensive mess.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Storm on November 28, 2011
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: 1 LB Verified Purchase
The clay is super amazing! It air dries so you don't have to worry about making your oven smell like with some household clays, and there is zero shrinkage while it dries. I've found that the mean time it takes to dry is ~3 hours, but it also depends on temp and such in the room you are working it. It's also really strong when dry and doesn't break easily. I made a small box thing and dropped it on a tile floor and it didn't break. Likewise I could also stand on it and it didn't break.
Only con to the clay: the shipping cost is crazy stupid.I'm going to see if I can find this at home depot or something when I run out because shipping is insane.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Rob N. Peterson on November 1, 2011
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: 1 LB
I just got back into modeling about a year ago and I wanted to make the classic monster models of my youth. Wanting to make them better then back then, I'm using better painting skills and really going for detail. There was one thing missing, THIS STUFF! No more seams and gaps that otherwise can't be avoided when building these models. I'm even going to go back and re-do some of my other models using this. A little goes a long way, you can dip your finger in some water and spread this right down the seams. Sand and paint and the seams are gone. Highly recommended for modelers.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By kerning h on October 26, 2013
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: 1 LB Verified Purchase
Used this to add details to a sculpture base of a different medium. I love how easily it smooths with a bit of water! It also works beautifully to conceal joints. Once dry, it sands nicely.

Just be warned that the Apoxie is very soft for an hour or so after mixing, and will sag if you try to sculpt anything standalone out of it. It is best used in thin layers over some other base material.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Catrinka TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 3, 2014
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 1 LB Verified Purchase
I love this stuff. I use it primarily for sculpting figures and props; but it's also very handy to use for household, garden tool, and auto interior repairs. You can adhere it to most surfaces as a durable filler or extension. And it's waterproof when cured (Woo hoo!). I find the working consistency much friendlier than the other two-part epoxy putties that I've used.

In the past, I've typically sculpted with earthen, polymer, or paperclays. With those clays, I can keep the project covered and damp (for paper and earthen clays) and continue working on them intermittently for days. For those sculpting projects that I can finish within the 2-3 hour hardening time, though, Apoxie Sculpt is perfect for my needs -- a great end-product and no firing or other curing efforts necessary.

Once mixed, it feels sort of like soft polymer clay while manipulating and sculpting and it accepts and holds a high degree of detailing. Unlike many other clays, it doesn't shrink or crack as it cures which makes it work so much better for those larger projects where multiple pieces have to fit together "just right."

The Apoxie Sculpt isn't fully cured after the initial 2-3 hour sculpting/manipulating time. Even after 5-6 hours, you can usually still make a fingernail depression in the surface. But, once it is fully cured (about 24 hrs), it is very hard and durable -- and you can carve, sand, or drill it without it cracking or chipping. The cured pieces can be painted or stained (I've only tried staining a couple of times with so-so results). The painting, however, works well. I recommend that you prime your piece(s) first with a good spray primer before applying paint.
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