startile333 Posted March 10 Report Share Posted March 10 (edited) Hi! We use Ceramicale air hose release molds, and was wondering what the best glue to use is to repair small breaks in the mold. During the casting process, a piece of the mold design broken off (not huge), and we have another with small holes from trying to remove the stuck positive (see pic) and we aren’t sure what is best to repair it. We used a bonding type resin which makes it super slick and changed the design a bit. Also hard to sand. It also doesn’t allow for air release well in that section. I’ve also seen someone recommend Elmers glue. Does anyone know of something better, maybe closely replicating the ceramicale texture? Also, if anyone knows the best water temperature and ceramicale:water ratio, would love to hear. So far best I’ve heard is 77 degrees with 100:40 ratio. Thank you! Edited March 10 by startile333 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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