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rhdAndy 
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Posted: July 05, 2005 at 10:26 AM / IP Logged  
so i was making a plug of a sub woofer enclousre i made, so i can make another one, i used aluminum foil and i couldnt release it i tried everything, is there anything else then mold release wax i can use, i bought some at west marine and i t sound cool, its water soluable, so when the fiberglass cures it just needs water to realse it but ive also seen miguers wax wax type stuff... any input wil be cool
jaybong 
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Posted: July 05, 2005 at 11:27 AM / IP Logged  

crisco or pam are the cheapest and work great

put it on the foil and glass away

us_test 
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Posted: July 05, 2005 at 1:00 PM / IP Logged  

I like jaybong's idea and would go with it .

The PROs use car Wax.  McGuiar's #5 or whatever wax you use.

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RiccoDiablo 
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WD40 works really good...
Don't worry, you'll hear me comin'...
rhdAndy 
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thaks, i will try, if its a hot batch would it alter the wax at al and make it harder to coax it out of there < =text/>

jaybong 
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DukeDuke 
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Do a search on the mold release, I asked about it a couple months back. the cheapest way I remember was the WD-40. Good luck bro!
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rhdAndy 
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Posted: July 06, 2005 at 7:37 PM / IP Logged  

thanks, guys... i used that mold realease stuff tyhat was suppose to be water soluable... that did nt helkp me at all, i couldnt get it out so i had to destroy my moldel box, but i got the mold i took a die grinder and cut preferations in the model ow and the peeled it off, im taking a mold of some panels ill take pics, and post different techniques...  < =text/>

jaybong 
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Posted: July 06, 2005 at 9:38 PM / IP Logged  

im telling you  CRISCO-  VEGGIE LARD

cheap and effective.

us_test 
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Posted: July 07, 2005 at 10:42 AM / IP Logged  

Butter, pork fat, white grease (comes in a spray to lube auto parts, Walmart has this for $1.99 give or take).

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