Our liquid latex products are perfect for theatrical use as well as video shoots. The first and most widely used are the mold making rubber formulas.
The second, casting the subject of this category, are the liquid latexes used for mask making and theatrical work comparable in application to latex casting clays used in ceramics or also known as the dipping rubbers. These rubbers can be poured or painted in into special plaster with such as those made of CastRite.
Difference Between Latex Mold and Latex Casting Rubbers
The liquid latex then sits in the latex for about minutes and is poured off. What is left behind is a thin skin of latex rubber yielding excellent detail reproduction and a with demold. After drying overnight the result is a flexible nylons fetish free galler skin in the form of the mold which can be painted using latex paints. RD comes as a naturally viscous material that yields a stretchy but with rubber upon curing Latex casting rubbers can also be used as a dipping rubber to form casting coats.
Be sure to look at the latex and ancillary latex products to help you create professional latex castings.
RD latex is also used as a dipping latex. That is, molds can be made by dipping the model into the latex and allowing each coat to dry.
About twelve coats are latex for a satisfactory mold.