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Topic: Best mold-making compound? Thoughts?  (Read 433 times)
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« on: January 15, 2013 03:25:32 PM »

I am desparetely searching for a mold-making compound that doesn't involve mixing powders and rushing to get a mold created before it hardens. I have tried model magic but it doesn't capture the details very well. I asked someone who was in the mold-making business (specifically making handprint/footprint molds then turning them into ceramic plaques) but she was very brief in her explanation (not wanting to divulge her secrets!). She only told me that "It does say ASTM CERTIFED non toxic.  It is not food based, like I think play doh is-I heard play doh has wheat in it.  The one I use is a polymer.  I have not had anyone tell me they had any problems with it."
I am looking for something that can be baked in the oven to harden or air harden. Something that is good for people with sensitive skin.
If anyone knows what this is please help a sister out! Thanks!
 
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