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Hotline Fiber Mold Hardener by Hotline


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$16.95 USD
Item# 4850
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Product Description

Used to harden fiber mold constructions. Easy to apply and can be sanded to a smooth finish. Fiber mold hardener can be used with all fiber products as a rigidizer; air or oven dry. Hardener with fiber products will not act as a glue, but gain surface strength after firing to 1300 degrees Fahrenheit. 1 quart.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Smelly but good!
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Pros : Works great, gives long life to fiberboard. Relatively inexpensive.
Cons : Smells really bad & toxic when fumes are burned off together in kiln with fiberboard.
Other Thoughts : I tried firing the fiberboard alone in kiln first, then the board coated with mold hardener. Seems to work fine, and greatly cuts down on the overwhelming, combined bad smell.
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Pros : works great
Cons : none so far!
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