May 10, 2018 • Cory Sursely
On our website you may have reviewed the frequently asked questions for each of our products. Under FAQ for moldable plastic pellets, you'll find that we breakdown the cubic size for each container size of pellets. I felt that this may not be understandable because users are not likely to mold a solid cube as their creation. Thomas Hanna, our super molder and videographer typically tells us the quantity of pellets he uses in his tutorial videos. He also gives tips on how to save on your pellets. In his Druid Staff creation, he used approximately 3/4 cup of pellets....
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January 28, 2018 • Cory Sursely
It's important to know what our moldable plastic sticks to, not only so that you can make new creations, replacement parts, or improvements to your existing materials, but also so you won't accidentally attach it to something while you're molding it. It will be quite sticky when you first start to use it, but will become less so as it cools. When Molding: First and foremost, our moldable plastic will not stick to parchment paper, cellophane wrapping or glass. It sticks to many types of plastics and metals, so be careful when choosing the bowl and stirring utensil to melt/mix...