Hotline Flame Dri Bead Release - 29 Oz

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Product Features

  • A fantastic time saver! Flame-Dri bead release dries quickly
  • Mix well before use
  • 1.85 lbs jar - 29 oz.


Product Description

A fantastic time saver, Flame-Dri bead release eliminates the need for pre-coating and air drying mandrels. Mixture will need to be mixed well before use. Just dip the mandrel in the prepared Flame-Dri release and hold in the flame for immediate use. 29 oz.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Finally something to my standards
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Pros : Doesn't spatter or crack when drying, release didn't crack during flameworking and all beads came off mandrels easily.
Cons : Took a very long time to mix to get even consistency
Other Thoughts : After years of testing different bead releases, this is the best I have found and I plan on sticking with this brand from now on.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Bead Release
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Pros : It works great! It coats the mandrel evenly if mixed well and it performs wonderfully in the flame. It releases the bead afterwards vary easily. It comes in a plastic bag so if any water gets out it will not get on the rest of your order.
Cons : It's black! After it goes through the flame it will become white in the bead but the rest of it is black and it makes a mess if you are not careful. The water will separate every time you use it which I think is common for all bead release but this is a big container so you are very much aware of it. You must mix it well or you will not get a nice coat on your mandrels.
Other Thoughts : The water will evaporate over time so if it starts to flake in the flame you might need to add some more water. Once I tried to tap some of the extra water off the mandrel after coating to create a thinner layer of coating and the beads would not come off the mandrel so make sure you have enough water in the mix.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   great product!
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Pros : very reliable product: doesn't flake apart in the torch, isn't too hard to remove bead later.
Cons : The product settles and needs to be re-mixed when you first get it. Not an easy job!
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