Sculpt Gel by Mouldife. This ingenious system allows for wounds, moles, abrasions, in fact just about anything to be sculpted directly on the skin. Part A is mixed with Part B in equal proportion to form a gel with a working time of about 10 minutes. In twenty, its usually ready for make up.
A third part is supplied which varies the hardness of the final product, adding more produces a softer silicone that will simulate skin better or make the appliance more "mobile" in its position.
We stock the micro kit currently, which is 150g (50 g of each part) in a handy bag that fits with the rest of your make up kit! The material is available in flesh or clear, currently we are stocking the generic flesh tone, but this can be modified with the addition of the silicone pigments listed elsewhere in this category.
Datasheets and Safety:
Technical Data Sheet Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS / CoSHH) SHEETS TO FOLLOW Please note that we no longer print and include datasheets with your order. All datasheets are available for download on the item where your purchase was made. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to download and read the information. Please think of the environment before deciding to print!
Assess volume to fill in cubic centimetres Shake catalyst well. Allow to stand to degass To convert to a weight, multiply weight by the SG. (MM918 =1.27). Weigh out Part A (white part) into a suitable container with room for mixing or degassing To calculate catalyst, divide the weight in grams by 20. 50g of Catalyst per each kilo is the right ratio. Add the catalyst to the mixing pot and start your timer for potlife. Stir Well! At least ONE minute, be mindful of potlife! Stand for one minute, again be mindful of potlife! Pour Demould at 8-12 hrs (or sooner if using a fast catalyst - please refer to the Technical Data Sheet) Please allow 48 hours to reach 99% cure before use, but mould may be used once demoulded, however its serviceable life will be shorter. If you mix a little short don't panic, mix a little more and pour it in to finish. Even if set, the RTV will stick to itself extremely well.