This weekend, I was putting together a little project using a
Perfactory produced model. It was beautiful. There was no way that I
could have done as well by hand. I was running short of my silicone
from Zero-D, so, since I was in a hurry, I used the Costaldo
LiquaCast that has been sitting around for quite a while. Big
mistake. The “rubber” bonded with the model. Both were destroyed
while trying to cut the model free from the mold.
I have since been told, that a silicone, teflon or vegetable spray
would have made a barrier for the LiquaCast.
I like the fact that LiquaCast isn’t as messy as the Zero-D that I
usually use. It also seems to be a little tougher. I don’t like when
it bonds to my model though.