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Pliatex Mold Rubber

by Sculpture House

Pliatex molds capture the finest details and produce thousands of smooth, perfect casts. Pliatex molds may be stored indefinitely used whenever needed.

Coat Mold Instructions:

  1. Apply two coats of shellac to entire model cut one to one with alcohol
  2. Divide 1/3 of model with clay shim
  3. Make key grove along entire length of clay and shellac
  4. Apply five thin coats rubber to one side of clay and inward 3 in.
  5. Let each coat dry thoroughly
  6. Remove clay, shellac exposed rubber, and apply separator
  7. Apply rubber to the remaining area of the model building up 15-30 coats or 1/8 in. thick
  8. Let mold cure two days to one week
  9. Apply Pliatex Separator liberally over dried rubber
  10. Build plaster mother mold around model and rubber
  11. When finished open and remove rubber from mold
  12. Replace rubber in bother mold and cast

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Pliatex Mold Rubber

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Kara W. from San Diego, CA says:

This is the only mold-making material I have been able to find. No art stores carry it anymore, so it's great to get it online. It works very well to make molds over plasticene as I have used it. Good...[more]

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Can Pliatex be used to make a mold of an oil-based clay model?

- Asked by vero p piacentini on 22-Oct-13

You may use this with plastalina (oil-based).

- Answered by MisterArt on 22-Oct-13

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Rated by: Kara W. in San Diego, CA
This is the only mold-making material I have been able to find. No art stores carry it anymore, so it's great to get it online. It works very well to make molds over plasticene as I have used it. Good product!

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