AM 125 – Simple 1:1 Mix Silicone Rubber – 1 Quart Kit$47.00
AM 125 – Simple 1:1 Mix Silicone Rubber – 1/2 Gallon Kit$87.00
AM 125 – Simple 1:1 Mix Silicone Rubber – 1 Gallon Kit$137.00
AM 128 RTV Silicone Rubber – 1/2 Gallon Kit$70.00
AM 128 RTV Silicone Rubber – 1 Gallon Kit$113.00
AM 128 RTV Silicone Rubber – 5 Gallon Kit$519.00
AM 128 RTV Silicone Rubber – 55 Gallon Kit$7,700.00
AM 128 Brushable RTV Silicone Rubber – 1/2 Gallon Kit$71.00
AM 128 Brushable RTV Silicone Rubber – 1 Gallon Kit$114.00
AM 128 Brushable RTV Silicone Rubber – 5 Gallon Kit$527.00
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Crafting Rubber Mold FAQs:
What are some examples of craft or hobby molds?
There are so many different kinds of molds you can create for crafts and hobbies. Decorate your home by creating molds for candles, vases, doorknobs, statuettes, and garden décor. Or you could decorate yourself! Easily create molds for jewelry by using AeroMarine silicone.
Of course, your craft mold making could serve a more practical purpose, too. Use silicone to create molds for fishing lure, soap, food trays, and props for theater, film, photography, or events. Silicone is the perfect craft molding material thanks to its remarkable ease of use and durability. And don’t forget that you can even color certain silicone molds by adding pigments.
How many times can I reuse a mold for crafts once it has set?
Yes! AeroMarine silicone is great for craft mold making because you can reuse it multiple times. You can prevent your cured silicone mold from shrinkage and damage by storing it properly.
To properly store your cured silicone, first pour your casting material into the mold or insert a previously cast object into the mold to maintain its shape. If you’re storing a small silicone mold wrap it in a Ziplock bag and press out the air; if you’re storing a large silicone mold, wrap it in a garbage bag and press the excess air out. Then place the bag on a flat surface in a location that’s out of direct sunlight and that’s at a continuous 70-degrees Fahrenheit temperature.
What is the best way to clean a craft mold between uses?
If you’re going to reuse your cured silicone mold, you should clean it after each use. Wash it with warm/hot water and with a mild amount of liquid dish soap. Pat-dry it thoroughly and then let the mold air dry by itself.
Remember not to use any kind of abrasive soap, cleaner, or pad to clean your cured silicone mold, because those materials could damage it.
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