Pol-Ease 2300 Mold Release by POLYTEK


A multi-purpose silicone release agent made of a blend of silicone oils and resins in a convenient aerosol spray can. Pol-Ease 2300 is an effective release for most Polytek products but should not be used before pouring or brushing liquid silicone mold rubber – in this case Pol-Ease 2500 is the proper choice. Brushing out the release with a soft brush can improve results.



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Size is 5.25 x 2.75 deep (13,5cm x 7cm). Holds 24 oz resin (709ml) Cast in LAYER…


Size is 5.25 x 2.75 deep (13,5cm x 7cm). Holds 24 oz resin (709ml) Cast in LAYERS or mold will melt from the heat This mold is made in a thicker 80 gauge plastic for better casting and longevity of use. Made with LDPE (Low Density PolyEthylene) plastic. For use with any resin epoxy or polyester casting resin. General instructions included. Mold release/conditioner is recommended for longer mold life. Embed fun items, small snakes/animals, or collectibles. Made in USA. Plastic molds are easily…



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Duct cleaning and maintenance of your HVAC is very important if you are particul…


Duct cleaning and maintenance of your HVAC is very important if you are particular about optimum performance. The evaporator coils become dirty and the efficiency reduces. The ducts can get damaged when dust, debris and grim cause malfunctioning of the unit and encourages other allergens and health problems to surface. The filters get choked when there is dust and accumulation of grime.



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Whether you need emergency flood damage restoration or top-to-bottom home cleani…


Whether you need emergency flood damage restoration or top-to-bottom home cleaning following fire, water or mold damage, you can trust SERVPRO of McLean Professionals to make your house feel like home again. SERVPRO of McLean proudly serves McLean, Vienna, Arlington, Falls Church, Annandale, and surrounding areas. Our goal is to help you regain control to make your damage “Like it never even happened.” www.servpromclean…



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