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Summer Weather and Summer Projects

June 14, 2019

Summer is here! Along with weather suitable for visits to beaches, lakes and swimming pools comes heat and humidity! Increased heat and humidity can affect how many of our products, and similar products, cure.  So let’s go over what to expect when working with AeroMarine Products’ various products in a hot and/or humid environment. Epoxy: […]

Recycling Old Molds into New Molds

March 5, 2019

Sometimes our silicone molds don’t turn out the way we hoped. Sometimes we only need a few casts from a mold and then it spends years gathering dust on a shelf. It feels wasteful to throw out a mold after all the hard work and cash went into it but there’s nothing else you can […]

The Must-Try Method for Pewter Casting with High Temp Silicone Mold

February 21, 2019

Working with low melt metals, like pewter, can be really fun! Pewter (and other alloys containing bismuth, tin, and lead) have low enough melting temperatures that you can cast them at home or in a workshop with having to buy or build a foundry. Thank goodness! I am tired enough from searching for a replacment […]

How to Make an Epoxy Picture Frame Like a Boss

November 12, 2018

We are all about sustainability and re-purposing things here at AeroMarine Products!  There is no better use of an old wooden pallet than to make a picture frame.  Except for a beach bonfire.  We love a good bonfire (all the pallet nails removed, of course) on a cool fall evening. But, we also have super […]

The All Time Best Way To Make a Urethane Foam Sculpture

November 5, 2018

I previously posted an interview (https://www.aeromarineproducts.com/frank-holder-artist-sculptor-of-foam/ ) with Mr Frank Holder of Greensboro, North Carolina about his innovative urethane foam sculpture technique, bending partially cured foam and shaping it to form beautiful organically shaped sculptures. After lots of Q&A about his process (he’s a very patient man, thanks Frank), I produced a Frank Holder-like foam sculpture. […]

Winterizing your pebble paving

October 18, 2018

WINTERIZING PEBBLE PAVING.  YES, IT IS A THING! Read on . . . Brrr!  It is downright chilly here in San Diego, a frosty 55 degrees at night. (Yes, we know that we get no sympathy from the rest of the country for our mild coastal climate.  We are okay with that.)  Onto the real […]

Choosing the Right Epoxy for my Counter Top

October 3, 2018

GLEAMING, GORGEOUS, DURABLE EPOXY COUNTERTOP!   Oh Yeah! DCF 1.0 We want to solve your sticky situation. Which epoxy is the right one for my counter top? Oh, those gleaming, mirror-like epoxy coated countertops!  Perfectly covering a countertop made of gorgeous wood, modern metal, contemporary concrete or a super-cool bottle cap collage of your cousin’s cat.  […]

Storing Epoxy Resin, Urethane, Silicone and Latex during Cold Weather

September 14, 2018

How to store your Epoxy Resin, Urethane, Silicone and/or Latex so that it does not get ruined  in cold weather Sweltering summer temps lead now to lovely, cool weather. Yeah, we know. We live in mild San Diego and don’t ever get really “hot or cold” weather, but we still like autumn a lot.  With […]

A Guide on How to Make Silicone Molds

Ever wondered what it would be like to make your own silicone molds for food, art projects, or fixes around the house? Making silicone molds is a load of fun and probably not as hard as you think either. With a few basic materials and little creativity, you’ll be making custom ice cubes for cocktails or […]

Mr. Quentin Berryhill, Colle and Kreamy Wax

July 3, 2018

 Air Jordan 1 candle set Mr. Quentin Berryhill, founder and owner of Colle and Kreamy Wax, makes a lot of amazing art and skate wax.  However, lately he’s been focus on producing beautiful and original soaps and candles. Mr. Berryhill attended Cal State Northridge where he took a sculpting class as an elective that sparked […]

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