Repairing A Silcone Mold

Decorating By merry Updated 17 Sep 2013 , 12:57pm by milkmaid42

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merry Posted 15 Sep 2013 , 8:16pm
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Any ideas on how torepair a lace silicone mold?  It's a Rosemary Watson mold. I was a bit impatient removing the lace mold out of the plastic wrapper it came in. :-(   It is an 8 inch piece.



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mfeagan Posted 16 Sep 2013 , 2:41am
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Honestly, I think the only thing you could repair that with would make it not usable for food (i.e. glue). :-(


Is it a mold for SugarVeil? If so, there are some cheaper alternatives for those molds. I have done a TON of research on it.

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merry Posted 17 Sep 2013 , 5:19am
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Thank you for replying.  The mold was used for gum paste and chocolate candy clay.  I am still going to use the mold anyway, but I will have to be careful to line it up well.

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milkmaid42 Posted 17 Sep 2013 , 12:57pm
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Oh, I feel for you! To think that you damaged it even before its first use....


I was just wondering about this. I make a lot of my own molds, either using Make a Mold silicone, or its cheaper alternative Amazing Mold Putty. (The latter is available at Michael's.) I know when I make a two sided mold I have to smear it with Pam, or another non-stick spray to keep it from permanently bonding. I'm wondering if the reverse would hold true. Perhaps if you thoroughly clean the torn edges, could you apply a thin coat of the freshly mixed silicone and fuse them together?  I don't know the investment you already have in your mold and perhaps it wouldn't be cost effective as even Amazing Mold Putty is expensive. (I buy it when I have a coupon at Michael's.)


Good luck to you in whatever you do.



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