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Topic: Old Rusty Horse Shoe-basic tut  (Read 3843 times)
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« Reply #10 on: March 24, 2006 09:26:18 AM »

Thanks for all of the advice!  If I turn this into a business...  No!  That won't happen, then it wouldn't be fun!  

I tried a silicone, but it didn't work out at all.  But it was not the 2pt, I could not find it here in AK.  I looked it up online, Michaels has it there, but when I went to get it, they did not have it in this store.  There is only one here in the State.  

moondeela- I am a Palmeranian, the shoes are going to the open house (barn?) of a new arena out here on the 22nd of April.  I may supply some for Equifest which is in May at the Chamberlain Horse Center if you are in Anchorage.  

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« Reply #11 on: March 24, 2006 08:24:35 PM »

But it was not the 2pt, I could not find it here in AK.  I looked it up online, Michaels has it there, but when I went to get it, they did not have it in this store.

Barbwire, most clayers get their 2-pt silicone molding material by mail order anyway... it's only recently even been carried at craft stores, and only one brand I think (....larger amounts of possibly less-smooth versions have probably been available at hobby stores or even some hardware stores though).

If you're interested in getting contact info for the various places that carry one brand or another, look on this page (same as below):
(...then click on Brands like Miracle Mold, Alley Goop, etc., under Silicones....)

It's great fun stuff to play with anyway. . . .

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