Air dry casting slip with strength and lightweight.
Easy to handle, just pouring the slip into the mold and air dry it.
No need to bake or ﬁred.
Suitable for bisque dolls, relief works, and small art objects.
※ Use a plaster mold, not silicone made.
English instruction is attached.
Point1When slip is in half dry, OK to repair, deform, & remove burrs.
※When dry, wet with water and repair.
Point2Smooth by polishing with sandpaper after completely dried.
Point3Can be used as repair material.
Hold two molds with rubber bands and pour slip into the mold from the high position without a pause. Fill it up over the top.
Be ﬁlled with slip.
Wait for seconds and add slip to full to the top.
Tilt the mold and check the thickness. Drain the excess slip.
Check spout and see if the gap between mold & slip is appeared, it’s time to separate from the mold.
Lift the top straight oﬀ slowly. Lift out the casting or drop it into the hand by turning the lower mold upside down and set the casting on board.