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Scarva Wax Green Casting / Slush Wax From £8.51
A high quality casting wax for use in lost wax casting. Melting point 63ºC - 66ºC. The wax casts easily, withstands handling when cold without cracking, and burns out cleanly. This wax is fairly firm and so is suitable for carving, modelling with wax modelling tools, pouring and painting into moulds, and casting in the Centricast Machine. To make a hand modelling wax we recommend mixing Green casting Wax with Type B Wax.
Quantity discount available on 5kg size:
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There are 10 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
V. from United Kingdom17 March 2013 20:22
Ordered this on a wednesday afternoon and got it on the friday morning, good quality wax being used to make a prototype wedge heel. I used the wax for sculpting not casting and I found that it is good for small details as small amounts of the wax soften with just the heat of your hands. Delivery charges were cheap in comparison to other websites I considered using as well as the actual wax being a few quid cheaper, all in all I am very happy with my purchase :)
Bruce from United KingdomOwner30 October 2016 16:38
When I ordered this I did not know what to expect, saying that it came quickly and has given hours of enjoyment well worth the money
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David from United Kingdom asks
Hi Could you advise me on the correct temperature to heat wax to prior to pouring into a mould. I have read that you should heat the wax to around 160 degrees, but I have also read that at this temperature there’s a risk of air bubbles forming, which is the problem I found. My mould is about 2.5 litres in size. I can’t find any advice on your website. Could you advise. Thanks
Will from United Kingdom asks
What are the dimensions of the 0.5kg block? and the dimensions of the 1kg, or is this two of the 0.5kg blocks?