ZYP Boron Nitride Spray Ceramic Mold Release - 12 Oz

$32.95 USD
Item# 2059
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Product Features

  • This spray is air shippable!
  • Effective at temperatures up to 1800° F
  • Works with ceramic molds
  • Easy spray-on formula - 12 oz
  • For re-application apply 1 thorough light coat

Product Description

One Release for All Your Projects
Versatile release is designed to be used on ceramic slumping and casting molds. Ideal for use with texture molds; it even works well with intricately detailed molds Colour de Verre casting molds and hard to release shapes like holey molds from Creative Paradise. Easy spray-on formula provides uniform coating to release glass easily. Effective at temperatures up to 1800° F. 12 oz spray bottle is air-shippable.

For the first two applications, apply 2 coats allowing each coat to dry in-between. For re-application apply 1 thorough light coat.

Delphi Tips:

  • Boron Nitride seals the surface of your mold, therefore traditional primers won't absorb properly for subsequent applications. Use only Boron Nitride on the mold for all future firings to ensure your art releases from the mold.
  • After a few firings, a soft bristle brush can be used to loosen and remove old release before re-application.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   WOrks wonderfully and easy to use
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Pros : I love the non-aerosol version, it feels like I'm wasting less, getting better coverage, have more control over where it goes and it's easier to ship. Just like regular ZYP it cleans up easy, saves my molds, doesn't leave brush marks like kiln wash and even when I'm casting thick pieces for a long time frame it never breaks down and gets stuck in the final project.
Cons : I always prep large batches of molds to use at a time because the spray nozzle has to be fully cleaned and removed from the bottle when not in use to keep from clogging. And it takes time and wastes a bit to clean it but it's not much worse than having to prep kiln wash every time either.
Other Thoughts : I've been told that once you use boron nitride on a mold you can never go back to kiln wash because it won't stick any more, so I was hesitant to try it. ZYP is way more expensive than kiln wash! but after I had several molds damaged due to imperfect kiln wash coverage and staying power I realized, it costs way more to replace a mold than the extra BN costs to do a great job. Since I've switched I haven't lost a mold yet.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Excellent product
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Pros : Easy to apply Glass easily removed from moulds
Cons : Hard to get decent coverage without overspray. Initial mould coverage uses a lot of spray.
Other Thoughts : I used around 80% of a bottle covering 10 small to Medium sized moulds, after initial 2/3 coat coverage only one coat is needed. I suggest purchasing 2 bottles if you intend to cover several moulds.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Cleaning is essential
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Pros : Works great and half the price of the aerosol can.
Cons : It Must be cleaned after every application session. It is a bit messy so using the mud sink is a good idea.
Other Thoughts : I am considering going with the aerosol to save time and hassle.
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