Architectural Restoration How‑To's

Architectural Restoration
Smooth-On products have been used around the world for over 60 years to restore old or create new architectural elements. Smooth-On mold rubbers are easy to use and offer maximum versatility for any restoration project. We offer everything you need to do it yourself, including the best technical help available anywhere. We can also refer you to pros that can do it for you.
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How To Restore an Historic Concrete Seal at Princeton University

How To Restore an Historic Concrete Seal at Princeton University

Watch how John Paolini, from Paolini Cast Stone, restored an historic concrete seal

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How To Make an Architectural Corbel Restoration Using Rebound 25

How To Make an Architectural Corbel Restoration Using Rebound 25

Watch how to make a mold of a corbel for an architectural restoration project in Brooklyn NY.

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How To Recreate an Antique Frame using Mold Max™ 29NV No Vacuum Required Silicone

How To Recreate an Antique Frame using Mold Max™ 29NV No Vacuum Required Silicone

Learn how to use Mold Max 29NV for creating a high-detail silicone mold

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How To Cast TASK® 7

How To Cast TASK® 7

TASK® 7 is a low viscosity, fast set flame resistant plastic.

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How To Use the EZ-Mix Machine For High Volume Applications

How To Use the EZ-Mix Machine For High Volume Applications

The basic instructions for using the EZ-Mix meter mixing machine are outlined in this video.

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