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Sulphur free

July 16 2012 at 12:11 PM
  (Login JonGreenwood)
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Response to Platinum/Addition Cure Slicone

I am going to do a small test of the clay/plasticine I have, it's by Newplast and apparently is sulphur free..apparently they use this stuff to make Wallace and Gromit, so I'd rather use this stuff then anything else happy.gif
The other alternatives are quite expensive, Chavant and I have found Kleen Klay that's a bit cheaper.If this stuff I have dont work, I'll get some of the Kleen Klay.I think, as I ain't doing a 2 part mold so dont need anything to elaborate, I'll just use a dam/box outta the clay.It should be easy enough for a simple block mold.

All this hassle to get some decent boots for figures....why can't someone just produce a set of 1/35th scale boots?, for various nations/periods...grrrrrrr.

But thanks a lot for the advice/info guys, put my mind at ease and set me on the right track.

Jon

 
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