FAQ #7 In this video we look into how some of our latex molds may turn a brown colour rather than the expected beige colour of latex after it has dried and cured. Also, does this affect the quality of the mold?
This is the very first video in the FAQ series! To start off this video series we answer the question “What mold release agent do you use for latex molds?”.
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Concrete Pour Into Latex Molds
Concrete pour into latex molds for the beginning of March 2017. Casting up a selection of concrete casts, including a fairy door and various plaques which feature in other videos on this channel. Using latex molds which are made by Dramamask Delusions along with concrete which is mixed at a ratio of 2 parts sand and 1 part cement, polyfibres or nylon fibres, water, concrete bonder and washing up liquid or dish soap.
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Assorted Latex Molds. Assorted examples of latex molds for making concrete casts or casts using other/similar materials. A few people have sent messages and emails asking and inquiring about the molds we use for concrete casts and this video shows a few examples, along with price guides and time to make custom molds. The latex mold examples shown in this video, show molds which range from around £10 – £70. Many more designs are in the pipeline, including more original sculpted pieces, along with garden/home decor and lighting.
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