Thixotropic plastic that self thickens when mixed and can be brushed onto a variety of surfaces or into rubber molds. Shell Shock™ is ideal for making fast, lightweight rigid molds for creating silicone appliances and effects (use as a replacement for gypsum molds). You can also brush a "gel coat" into a rubber mold and back it up with rigid foam, creating a highly detailed lightweight casting.
Shell Shock™ plastics are ideal for making fast, lightweight rigid molds for creating silicone appliances and effects (use as a replacement for ‘stone molds’) used for casting silicones directly without a mold release.
Shell Shock™ can also be brushed onto styrofoam (polystyrol) as an impact resistant coating that can be sanded, primed and painted (minimum 3 coats recommended). Can be mixed together with metal powders to produce cold cast metal sculptures.
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|› Shell Shock™ FAST||3 mins||60 mins|
|› Shell Shock™ SLOW||8 mins||5 hrs|
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