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sammy01007

Another Attempt At Mold Making

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sammy01007    17

I have decided to give mild making another attempt, but once again I am falling short on finding supplied that won't break the bank, or cost me more in shipping than the product itself. I can get Oomoo 30 from Blick's supply store in NYC, with a 40% off coupon. And I can get Alumilite casting plastic from the local Hobby Lobby, again with a 40% off coupon.

The area I fall short is Mircoballooons. I found these online, and according to Google, available from some of the local marinas. I am not 100% sure if this is the right stuff. Are these microballons what I need?

http://www.google.com/shopping/product/1409666504599777444?q=microballoons&hl=en&prmd=imvns&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&fp=cd238efcd5bfa751&bpcl=35466521&biw=1366&bih=641&tch=1&ech=1ψ=qSeEUJegLKi40gGF_oC4Bw.1350838185898.3&sa=X&ei=ryeEUN2KMomN0QHL5ICoBQ&ved=0CFIQ8wIwAA

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Skeeter    121

You need to send a PM to Coley on this site. This guy is the honest expert when it comes to mold making and micro balloons. He is a wonderful person and the real deal when it comes to this. Tell him Skeeter sent you.

Skeeter

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mark poulson    1,680

Watch that you don't accidentally inhale those microballoons. They are really light, and move with the slightest breeze. A dust mask is a good idea.

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Skeeter    121

Mark is on the money. It is my understanding that microballoons are made of glass. You don't want to be inhaling that.

Skeeter

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