Silicone Putty - 1LB/40A Silicone Mold Making Kit
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- Simple Mold Making Kit: Simply mix equal parts A (blue) and B (white) by hand. Place on the surface of any item and make your favorite molds for resin, food, soap, wax, clay, and more with this amazing silicone putty.
- Great for Beginners: 3 minutes working time, 15-20 minutes demolding time, the silicone mold making kit doesn't require any equipment, cups, or stir sticks, it allows you to make special molds easily. Great for beginners and professionals looking to be productive.
- Premium Mold Making Silicone: LET'S RESIN silicone putty mold making kit is made of high-quality materials, non-toxic, odorless, strong, and flexible. The maximum temperature that can be tolerated is 212℉/150℃. Make your entire DIY process fast, easy, and safe.
- Wide Application: Ideal for making resin, food, soap, wax, clay, tabletop games, prototyping, art restoration, sculpture, jewelry making, 3D printing, DIY gaskets and seals, concrete, and more.
- Quality Service: LET'S RESIN attaches great importance to consumer experience and will continue to update and optimize products. If you encounter any problems when using LET'S RESIN products, please contact us in time. We will provide good service to ensure your shopping experience.
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- All orders will not be accepted (except the USA), countries outside the USA may not able to place your order temporarily.
- All US orders will be processed within 1-2 days (business days). Typical shipping time is are 2 - 5 business days. If you wanna cancel your order, please contact us as soon as possible.
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- We really hope you like your purchase from LET'S RESIN. And we gladly accept returns within 30 days of receipt for items in new condition.
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