ZYP Boron Nitride Spray Ceramic Mold Release - 12 Oz

$31.95 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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Pros : easy to spray on. works well, 1 light coat between firings works well.
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Pros : works well
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