Resin Silicone Mold
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Making colorful alcohol ink "petri" coasters is easy with ArtResin’s Silicone Molds for resin art!
High quality, 100% silicone resin molds are durable for repeated use and flexible for easy release when the resin is cured, eliminating the need for a mold release agent. The shiny interior preserves ArtResin’s glossiness!
Perfect for making stunning "petri" coasters - simply squeeze ArtResin Alcohol Ink drops into mixed ArtResin epoxy resin and follow with ArtResin Ink Sinker to push the color through the resin.
Add inclusions of your choice such as crystals, beads, gold leaf, rocks, coins shells and more to create custom coasters for use or display.
Mold size: 11.73" x 6.85" ( 29.8 cm x 17.4 cm )
Cavity size: 4" diameter x 0.7" depth ( 100 mm x 18 mm )
Alcohol Ink and Ink Sinker sold separately.
Not recommended for use with an open flame.
- SZSharon Z.Verified BuyerRated 5 stars5 months agoFinish
I really Ike the finish.
- CPCatherine P.Verified BuyerRated 2 stars8 months agocame warped :(
I've gotten the same mold in the past and it was great but this mold came very warped :( I was hoping it would still work but all of my coasters have come out with wavy surfaces.AArtResin8 months agoHi Catherine, we are sorry that your mold was warped. We are happy to ship you out a replacement for this mold, please email us at email@example.com and let our customer service team know! Thank you for your feedback.
- NSNoemi S.Verified BuyerRated 5 stars8 months agoLovely product. Easy to do
Lovely product. Easy to do any resin art.
- TSTracy S.Verified BuyerRated 5 stars9 months agoGreat products (resin and molds)
Great products (resin and molds) and very excited to try the alcohol sinker.
- EVElizabeth V.Verified BuyerRated 1 stars9 months agoIt stuck to my resin
It stuck to my resin and tore. Never had that happen before.AArtResin9 months agoWe are sorry that your resin stuck to the mold. We find this can happen when a torch or high heat is used to pop the bubbles after you pour. The intense heat will fuse the resin to the silicone and make it really tough to remove. For best results avoid a torch and try to remove the mold by the 24 hour mark.