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Environmental Technology 1-Pound Kit Casting' Craft Easymold Silicone Putty
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- Environmental-Castin'Craft EasyMold Silicone Putty
- Heat range is up to 400 degree F. It is self releasing with no mold release agent required for most applications
- It is self releasing with no mold release agent required for most applications
- Easy to use, 3-minute working time, 25-minute cure
- Ideal for small molds, excellent detail from original
- Strong, flexible, reusable molds
- High Heat range, up to 400-Degree F
- Self releasing, no mold release agent required for most applications.
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Top Customer Reviews
Keep this stuff in mind for things like pendants, or moldings, and it is food grade, so fondant. I do metal casting and this works for that as well although you do kill the life of the mold faster. You can also use it for smaller guest sized soaps, although, I really suggest pouring silicone rubber for big bars of soap.
There's no smell, the odd greasy sensation may throw some off however, but it's totally normal for silicone putty. Use gloves if it's that big of a deal.
Good sized for what you will probably use it for. They do have bigger sizes if you need to do several molds. It does help if you use a container (for one mold I used the top of a soda bottle for a really small charm mold) so that your mold looks a little neater if you care about that sort of thing.
Set up is quick, but not so fast you don't have time to get a good impression.Read more ›
One GREAT MONEY SAVING TIP that I discovered for this very expensive item is this:
*Mix the two colors together evenly, and then very quickly put the fully mixed putty onto your item to be molded.
*Then, once the putty is 'mushed' into every single little crevice, quickly turn it over (with the item still 'mushed' in the molding putty) and use the backside of the molding putty as a surface to press other items into.
---This way, you are doubling the amount of molds that you get out of the putty! ...So, use both front and back sides of the putty when molding.
Otherwise, this is beautiful stuff. Just be fast, thurough and careful, or you will be wasting so much money and time. Good luck, everybody! Have FUN!! :-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works wonderfully on all sorts of non-porous objects! Love it for making gumpaste/fondant molds! I can make molds of everything from buttons to bunnies to figurines! Read morePublished 27 days ago by Cheryl Kob
I purchased this product so thst I could make cast with solder. I used a scale to measureequal amounts of each part so that they would mix properly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by That Artsy Chic
Wow! This stuff is awesome. Cures fast, and is very flexible. Will buy again.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good cost-effective option for creating your own molds. It is food-safe, so we use them to make molds for chocolate. Would definitely recommend. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Emme