Mold Materials that Glue Doesn't Stick To
Suggestions for materials that won't bond with yellow glue, for use in making molds. February 5, 2010
I am looking for a material that will not bond with yellow glue. I need to make a mold that I can glue wood around.
From contributor L:
Glass, Corian, Formica, wax paper, sheet plastic, wood with a liberal coating of wax. I am sure people will come up with a slew of ideas.
From contributor R:
If it's a narrow form, clear packing tape works well.
From contributor C:
From contributor V:
I have used most all of the above, including waxed wood or MDF.
From contributor A:
Melamine with wax is a very common mold.
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