Bar Handle Casting Mold

$25.95 USD
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Item# 806167
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Product Features

  • Create custom cabinet and drawer pulls!
  • Creates two 1" x 4-1/2" bar knobs
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times


Product Description

Create your own unique cabinet and drawer pulls. Fill mold with glass frit, scrap and powders to create one-of-a-kind cast glass decor. Try combining powders to create a marbled look or accent with dichroic. Mold measures 6" x 5" and creates two bar handles. The finished bar handles measure 1" x 4-1/2", with a 5/8" projection and 3" center to center measurement. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown.

These casting molds are specifically designed to work with hardware kit #93202 (sold separately).

For complete instructions click on "View User Manual".

Images courtesy of Creative Paradise Inc.

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Pros : I like this mold. The possibllities for color design are endless.
Cons : Piddily to work with but you MUST follow the directions closely. Make sure the shelf paper is wrapped tightly around the fiber paper, AND make sure you have a good base coat of mold wash.
Other Thoughts : I put glue stick down the shelf paper so wrapping was easier.
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Pros : easily cast handles for drawers, cabinets, and art pieces works very well as long as you follow directions
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