Begin by spraying a light amount of mold release into your mold.
2. Next brush on
a very light coat of
petroleum jelly onto the face of your
rubber art. Then using a dry brush, remove excess vaseline leaving
only a very light film. PLACE THE RUBBER INTO YOUR
3. An extremely
important step is next. Using a hand spray bottle filled
with water and about 20 drops of liquid soap, spray a light water mist
over your entire rubber art. This helps to eliminate bubbles in
your casting by allowing the bubble to float away from the rubber art as
you pour the concrete.
4. Your mold is now ready to pour the concrete.
For stepping stones and other small castings, use 1 part concrete and 3
parts sand. Do not use stones or ready mixes. Concrete mix
should be very fluid when pouring.
5. Pour your
The concrete should flow over the mold, not dumped.
6. When your ready for demolding (usually
overnight is enough), grab the rubber and slowly remove it from the
stone. It is not necessary to be gentle with the rubber as it is
very strong and will tolerate some abuse.
7. After removing the rubber,
turn the mold upside down, tap gently and remove your casting.
Please note the crisp sharpness of the details and lettering.
Then finish as desired.
YOUR FINISHED PRODUCT
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