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Product description

These beautiful silicone molds make your casting more easier and fun!
Easy to use, Easy to clean.
If you bought them , you can ready to use.
You can share your time with family to make DIY Craft.
You can also use to make gifts for your friends.

Package Inculde:

1 Pcs x Large Round Molds
1 Pcs x Large Square Molds
1 Pcs x Silicone Measuring Cup
5 Pcs x Wood Stirring Sticks
10 Pcs x Finger Cots

Tips:

❤How to Learn:If you're a new learner, we suggest that you could search on line for videos or pictures on how to make resin crafts.
❤How to clean: You can wash it with warm water and soap or rubbing alcohol, then use a soft cloth to wipe clean.
Do not use solvents to clean your mold.
❤How to store: Please store the resin silicone molds away from direct sunlight and dust.
❤How to demold: You can use a mold release spray, a baby wipe or a drop of soap mix with a bit of water as a release agent,
work it down to the mold, then push the project from the bottom.

Note: Please make sure your resin piece is fully cured.

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