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Liquid Silicone Rubber - Mould Making - Shore A 20 -500g

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SKU: SR 003
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It is semi-transparent detail Liquid Silicone Rubber.

500g pack include 1x 250g Part A, 1x 250g Part. Shore A 20.

1. Mix well in the silicon cup. Mix ratio: 1 (Part A):1 (Part B) by weight.

2. Pour into the casting box. Working time: 1-3 mins (Temp: 25-30°C)

3. Allow 3-6 hours to dry. Heating will be helpful to fully in tens of minutes if needed.

4. Moulds containing metals (mercury, lead, cadmium, etc.) should not be used, as they will cause the silicone to not set.

5. Always test on the moulds first before going to mass production.

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Customer Reviews

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Tresna W. (Wellington, New Zealand)
Good product

Good product easy to use not for deep molds

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D.M. (Tauranga, New Zealand)
Great stuff!!

Probably a bit soft for what i needed for dice molds but still did a great job. Pressure pot over night and cures in 2 days.

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Cynthia F. (Tauranga, New Zealand)

Worked well for my project

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harry (Auckland, New Zealand)
a work in progress

I bought this silicone rubber to make an experimental tool / device. I made my first mould from wood (unsatisfactory) so made a second one from hard plastics. I had to guess at dimensions but got it right, the fist experiment proved perfect and I have since made another 4 exact copies, all of which are fulfilling their roles very well. Very happy with the product and it's ease of use.

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Kyla A.
Worth the Price - Better Than the Hacks!

I have been trying to make moulds for crafts over the years using various hacks and techniques. None of them hold a candle to this! If I had known how well this works, I would have forked out for it from the get go rather than endless experiments with bathroom silicone.
It is easy to mix and get the ratio right, blends nicely and goes over the impression nicely and smoothly. And the bubbles all come out leaving the surface smooth!