H Palmer Posted May 17 Report Share Posted May 17 HI there... i just dried out a large mould in my oven, I think it was hotter than I thought, or the mould too close to bottom of oven as it was only on 50..Anyway, end result is that there are a few cracks in the bottom of the mould... they are on the underside of the mould as well. I have looked up how to mend plaster moulds; nothing for mending cracks so what do you all think? 'Mending a broken mould' advice suggests soaking the mould in a bucket of water until completely saturated, then using a plaster mix as paint to stick the broken pieces together. i am unsure what would be the best way forward... soak the bottom of the mould a bit and add a thin layer of plaster perhaps... 'mending cracks in plaster on a wall' advice suggests opening up the cracks then adding filler to the cracks... to me that sounds like good advice, I might open up the cracks, wet the plaster and then fill the cracks with plaster mixture... Its worth a try before throwing it away I think... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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