Products that do the job well AND save us money are always a plus in my book!
Although I greatly enjoy using silicone molding putty in many, many projects, I was intrigued to hear there was a molding plastic out there that could be melted down after every use and reused.
Sadly, I have many silicone molds that I used only one time, or that didn’t come out well. I’d love to be able to have that material back!
In today’s video I will show you how to use Instamorph moldable plastic. I’ll also show you a way you probably shouldn’t use it!
You’ll also learn a list of pros and cons for it as compared to silicone molding putty.
Tools and Materials:
- Instamorph molding plastic
- Oyumaru molding plastic
- Pan with water & heat source
- Acrylic roller or rolling pin
If you find the idea of moldable plastic intriguing, this link brings you to several similar products, some of which are colored for making objects out of them.
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the Reusuable Low-Temp Melt Plastic for Polymer Clay & Resin Molds & Molding-Friday Findings video at YouTube.