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Apoxie Sculpt 1 Lb. Black, 2 part product (A & B)
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- Adheres to: Ceramic, Metal, Wood, Stone, Glass, Plastics, Foam, Fiberglass, Polymers, & more!
- Durable, Permanent and Waterproof.
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Non-flammable and Sulfur Free.
- Self-Hardening, 0% Shrinkage & Cracking.
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Apoxie® Sculpt combines the features and benefits of sculpting clay with the adhesive power of epoxy! Its smooth, putty-like consistency is easy to mix and use. The Apoxie Self-hardens (No Baking required) and cures hard in 24 hours to appear with a semi-gloss finish. The product adheres to nearly any surface and is great for sculpting, embellishing, bonding and filling almost anything. In terms of Exterior Quality! The product accepts paints, stains, mica powders and more for a variety of finishing options. You can choose to Sand, tap, drill, carve, lathe, etc. after setup and that too without chipping, cracking or flaking. Directions to use: 1. Wear disposable gloves to measure equal parts of A & B. Always retrieve parts A & B with different tools. 2. Mix & knead together for 2 minutes until thoroughly combined and a uniform color is achieved. Note incomplete mixing will give poor results. *Allow mixed product to rest 5 minutes for better handling. 3. Apoxie® Sculpt is ready to use; working time is 1- 3 hours. Shape as desired. Smooth or texture with a wet finger, brush, Q-tip or sculpting tool. Self-hardens (NO BAKING required); 24 hour full cure. 4. Clean up: Soap & water or Aves® Safety Solvent (very helpful for smoothing, removing finger prints & cleaning up pigment / product residue before set-up). Working Time Line Guide: 1/2 hour: Sticky & most adhesive 1 to 2 hours: Easy to work with 2 to 3 hours: Setting up, form-able detail 24 hours: Hard, cured & waterproof Uses: Endless uses for artists, crafters, modelers, students, and more! Arts & Crafts include: Sculpting, Embellishing, Jewelry, Mosaic Work, Aquarium Props, Models & Kits, Customizing, Prototypes, Seam Filling, Outdoor Displays, Restorations, Wood Working, Wildlife Art, etc.
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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. It is easy to clean, easy to apply, easy, easy, easy.
7/ it SAVES A TON OF TIME. The ability to smooth it, reuse it, cut it, modify it, work on it without rushing, makes it possible to create a finish product in one step, with no need for sanding, no need for cleaning (both can be very time consuming with regular epoxy / fiberglass).
8/ it is NOT TOXIC like other epoxy! No crazy fumes when mixing, and the product won't burn a hole through your hands if you hold it. In fact, you can be in direct contact without feeling anything, and cleaning your hands after is a breeze. No more working with a respirator and gloves! As a disclaimer, I'd say that I don't know for a fact that it is not toxic, but it doesn't feel or smell toxic in any way. If you've been working with marine-tex, you'll know what i mean.
9/ Of course it dries by itself, which is normal for an epoxy, but I guess that if you're an artist, you care about that (as opposed to clay).
This stuff is my new religion. Seriously. One thing, though: it is NOT WHITE. it is a light shade of gray, very pleasant, but not a white. However, it is epoxy, and can be tinted, painted, stained, varnished, whatever you need to do to color match (which is always necessary anyways, even for white on white).
BOATER FELLOW, DIYers, Homeowners, BUY THIS STUFF! As for artists, I don't know how it compares to other products, but my guess is that it will be pretty hard to beat this champ.
Follow the directions and you should be good to go. This is a really cool product that's relatively easy to use, even for first time users like me. If you have never used it before I recommend mixing a small portion at first so you can figure out how much you can handle at once before it hardens, especially for a detailed project.
At first I found it a little difficult to mix the two parts together (I covered a section of my granite countertop with plastic wrap and rolled/kneaded it until it was a consistent color) but it got easier to work as it gradually became more incorporated. For my application of smoothing a thin layer over a plastic egg during the first hour was very easy as the texture was soft and very pliable (I'd compare it to pottery clay), but for adding texture (I used an object to press into the Apoxie sculpt) I had to let it sit for an extra 15-20 min, by then it was firm enough to hold an impression without pulling up. I'm very pleased with the results, I already intend to buy some more for another craft project I have in mind =)