ComposiMold Epoxy Clay for Arts Craft Putty.
Includes 4 oz Part 1 and 4 oz Part 2. Almond White, and gloves
Clay is a two part epoxy putty that can be scultpted with clay tools and pressed into ImPRESSive Putty molds.
Mix equal amounts Part 1 with Part 2. Working time is 2 to 3 hours and then it begins to cure to a hard epoxy casting.
Epoxy Clay can be colored with ComposiMold Colorants. One to two drops.
The casting can be machined, sanded, drilled, etc.
ComposiMold Epoxy Clay (www.ComposiMold.com) is a premium slow cure self-hardening art and craft modeling compound that gives you several hours of working time to sculpt, form, and mold your artistic creations. The ComposiMold epoxy clay is a soft, but firm polymer clay used for creative applications such as sculpture, wood restoration, model making, and casting. It has the feel of a typical non-hardening polymer clay, but it has the advantage of hardening to a strong plastic. To use, mix each part together in equal amounts. One advantage of our epoxy clay is the range of mixing that will still give excellent curing and finished hardness. You can be off by 10 to 15% and still cure properly. The most important part is to make sure the two parts are mixed thoroughly. Spend 2 to 4 minutes mixing and kneading the putty together. You have 1 to 2 hours of working time to create your shape. Cure occurs in 14 hours, but give it a full 24 hours to completely harden. You can sculpt it, press it, or mold it. The epoxy clay is extremely well suited for use in ComposiMold’s ImPRESSive Putty, reusable molding materials that can be reformed by reheating. We’ll show you how each of these molds shown here were made in separate videos. So be sure to subscribe to watch. You can color the epoxy clay using acrylic paints. ComposiMold carries a wide range of different colors that are designed specifically for our epoxies. These colors are very concentrated so you only need a little bit to create deep opaque colors. The epoxy clay is a strong, hard plastic, but it is designed for arts and crafts. It is not suitable for any load bearing applications. The cured finished clay can be sanded, drilled, or machined. To paint, first paint with a primer and then you can paint with oils, acrylics, or other paints. If you want to have the epoxy clay outdoors, we recommend sealing it with shellac or urethane spray. Thank you for watching. Please let us know what questions you have, subscribe to our channel, and leave comments below. For more information on all of our Products visit www.ComposiMold.com. Thank you and enjoy.