Item Number: H20-4783BS
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Apoxie® Sculpt is a non-toxic, two-part sculptural epoxy ideal for creating pavé jewelry designs. Super white color offers a crisp white base for embellishing.
Combining the sculpting benefits of clay with the adhesive power of epoxy, Apoxie Sculpt epoxy secures Swarovski flat back and chaton crystal rhinestones for sparkling jewelry creations. Also adheres to cabochons, crystals, glass, plastic, metal, wood and more.
This moldable compound has a long, 1-3 hour working time with 0% shrinkage. Simply mix equal parts of the epoxy for two minutes, or until thoroughly combined, to create a putty-like texture, then shape, roll, mold or sculpt into your desired finished form. After 24-hours, Apoxie Sculpt self-hardens and is fully cured for a permanent and waterproof finish with a semi-gloss look. Embellish wet or dry with paint for additional creative styles. Easy soap and water cleanup.
Freeze-thaw stable for extended shelf life. Apoxie Sculpt is non-hazardous and non-flammable. If Apoxie Sculpt hardens prior to use, microwave for 2-3 seconds to soften.
Apoxie Sculpt has an approximate 2-3 year shelf life.
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American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) certified.
On behalf of the Bead Society of New Jersey I would like to express our appreciation for making Apoxie Sculpt available to us at our meeting.
Of course, Sandy Lupo did a wonderful job of demonstrating the material. With the accessories and sparkling crystals you so generously supplied, we had many beautiful examples of what can be done with this product.
The written hand-outs were informative and did much to pique the interest of our members. Those who were familiar with Apoxie Sculpt wanted more; and those not familiar were eager to explore the possibilities of working with it.
Again my thanks to you all for your kindness and generosity in sponsoring this product for our group. You definitely made our recent meeting a memorable and enjoyable evening.
President, BSNJ Tips for Foil and Apoxie Sculpt