Miracle Mudd Black Cement - Large

$34.95 USD
Item# 63770
Availability: Expected to be available September 24, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • 2-Part mix so you can make as little or as much as you need
  • Unlimited shelf life
  • Easy to mix to your preferred consistency
  • Makes your came projects strong and weatherproof
  • Makes approximately 6 lb. of cement mixed

Product Description

When you scrub cement under the lead, zinc or brass came in your panels, you add strength, weatherproofing, and an instant patina to your project. Don't skip this essential step - Miracle Mudd makes it easy!

This unique 2-part black cement system takes the place of traditional pre-mixed putties, so you can mix as little or as much as you need for each project. Because it comes as 2 parts, there's no settling or struggle to re-mix your cement - and there's no limit to the shelf life.
Contains approximately 3-1/2 lbs. of Miracle Mudd dry mix and large Miracle Mudd liquid solution included. Makes approximately 6 lb of cement mixed.

To use:
1.  Pour the liquid into a mixing container. Stir in a bit of powder at a time until you've reached your preferred consistency. You can choose how thick or thin you prefer - most artists report that they prefer to use something in a range between brownie batter and bread dough. Allow to set for 10 - 20 minutes, then stir again before use.
2.  Apply to your project with a brush, pushing the Miracle Mudd under the came.
3.  Apply whiting powder and clean your project promptly to remove excess Miracle Mudd. Note: Once Miracle Mudd has dried completely it will be difficult to remove, especially from textured glass.
4.  Allow project to dry flat 24 - 48 hours.

Bevel panel shown by artist Chandra Rusk. 

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