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Scarva Special Effects Mold-Makers RTV Silicone Mould Making Rubber From £16.27
Mold Makers silicone is a high quality moulding compound developed to give the maximum economy in terms of price while maintaining and providing high quality reproduction, long mould life, very low shrinkage and no risk of the casting material gripping the mould surface. Mold-makers silicone has been formulated for easy mixing by hand; with colour coded components giving a visual aid to ensure mixing is adequate. The two components mix easily and because of the low viscosity most grades can be used without processing in a vacuum chamber.
• Two part Silicone Rubber.
• Yields a flexible, elastic material with excellent tear resistance.
• Excellent tensile strength.
• Good polyester resistance.
• Very good elongation for easy moulding.
• Shore A hardness 20.
• For all kinds of rubber moulds for souvenir and gypsum products.
This silicone rubber is not FOOD SAFE
Cured Properties of Mold Makers Silicone
• Colour base & catalyst combined : Salmon Pink
• Mix Ratio : 100:10 by weight
• Working Time : 30-45 Minutes
• Curing time : 6 hours
• De-Mould Time : 12-24 Hours
• Mixed Viscosity mPas : 15,000
• Hardness Shore A : 22
• Tensile Strength Mpa : 4.6
• Elongation @ Break % : 520
• Relative density at 25°C 1.20
• Tear Strength kN/m : 23
• Linear Shrinkage % : 0.2
There are 12 reviews with an average rating of 4.83
Nick from United KingdomOwner07 July 2019 16:36
I haven't used it for making a mould, but actually a moulding. Elf ears, to be precise. Not only did I do the moulding I also coloured it using concentrated acrylic paint - Two words.... B....y fantastic. It set properly, showed no sign of a change in characteristics and peeled out of the mould perfectly... Chuffed to bits.
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner04 August 2018 01:43
I’ve been using silicone rubber for ages and never find the right brand and the right product until the day I decided to check if Scarva has this product in stock! It’s brilliant! I make art dolls and there are many parts of my sculpted work that need to catch very little details like finger nails or the nostrils and Scarva Silicone rubber is absolutely perfect!
I just bought my kiln and started to make my dolls in firing clay body and I’m feeling blessed to have Scarva around me so I don’t have to buy outside UK. My customer are very smart collectors mainly from US and I’m proud to tag my dolls from now “totally handmade in Britain with the best clay which is Scarva and proudly British” they’ll love it and it is good for me!
Thank you very much Scarva team!
Also the delivery is so fast!
Love love love Scarva!!!
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Tessa from Ireland asks
I can't see a list of the different products that are available here. What is 25010 etc?
Callum from United Kingdom asks
Is this mould safe for moulding hands and feet?
darren from United Kingdom asks
hi this will be my first attempt at mould making and I dont know what size to get im looking to make a small mould for something the size of a bullet? (im not actually making bullets)
Janet from United Kingdom asks
I want to make moulds from pebbles to make resin jewellery. Can the moulds be re-used once made?
Priyjah from United Kingdom asks
hello, i recently bought some a hold makers silicone rubber kit... but I'm not sure what ratio to put of the base mix and the catalyst... its for a solid mould.. but its is very small.. my kit didn't come with instructions :S thanks Priyjah
james heywood from United Kingdom asks
Hi Does the silicone rubber give off heat as it sets/dries? kindest regards James
Elliot from Australia asks
Will the mold be able to withstand low melt metal for casting?
cress from United Kingdom asks
Is this silicone suitable for making moulds for cold process soaps? Am thinking in terms of what may be released from the cured mould & into the soap during the saponification process, being retained within the soap & possibly transferred from the soap to the body when the soap is used.
Kassie from United Kingdom asks
Hello, im making wall mount sculptures which i will be making silicone moulds in boxed frames. Could you give me a guide to how many cm2 a 1.1kg silcion mould would cover. Thank you Kassie
Kassie from United Kingdom asks
I also would like to know if this product is self adhering? for example if mixed to little to cover a sculpture could i then mix another batch and have both silicon parts stick together (like how plaster behaves)? Thank Kassie
mimmi from Sweden asks
How long is the shelf life?