Liquid Silicone Mold Making | DIY Stanchions | Casting Decorative Plaster Stanchion Accessory November 15, 2019 We use petroleum jelly or an ease release spray called Mann 200 The silicone is a Smooth-On product called Mold Star 15 Tags:brush on silicone mold making, called, easy two piece mold, how to make silicone molds, liquid plastic for molds, liquid rubber for molds, liquid silicone for molds, make a simple silicone mold, mold making materials, mold making tutorial, one part mold resin cast, petroleum, pourable silicone for mold making, silicone mold making supplies, silicone molds for resin, silicone rubber mold making kit, smooth on silicone, smooth-on mold star silicone, use Related Posts Why Musicbed Membership is INCREDIBLE for YouTubers & Wedding Filmmakers! DIY Paper Butterfly Wall Art Decor | Wedding Ideas | ANN LE Week 8 MICE and Event Management Clip 24 Sustainable Event About The Author Torey Turner 11 Comments Widowmakerproduction cool. Greg November 10, 2012 Reply Hollywood Haunter Ya and another cool thing is you can reuse the plexi-glass box for another mold in the future. The silicone can be pricey but in the long run it will save money for certain projects. Those stanchions have really come in handy. The first couple years we just had the caution tape up and all kinds of people would just wonder all over, made me so nervous. November 30, 2012 Reply deoblo85 nice cheaper the better !! and one more thing nice hairdo LOL!! HFL!!! November 30, 2012 Reply billustrator genius!!! December 6, 2012 Reply jssherrard What are the products you are using here to create your mold? I have some iron pieces I would like to reproduce in plaster, but I have no idea how to make the mold. Help!?! 😉 April 25, 2013 Reply Hollywood Haunter Sorry I know its a month late but we use smooth-on products called mold star 15 check out their website if you haven't already to find a local distributor or you can order online. They have several products that I've used and that will be a good place to start. Thanks for writing us 🙂 May 25, 2013 Reply jssherrard No worries, and THANKS for the information! I have a couple pieces I need to cast for a Halloween prop I'm currently building. Smooth-on's prices are pretty steep, but worth it if they work sufficiently well. Our itty-bitty haunt is in the Fairfax area of Hollywood, I'd love to show you guys some of the stuff we are working on for this year! May 25, 2013 Reply Hollywood Haunter That sounds awesome, we would love to meet up some time. Some of the local hobby stores may have some similar products aswell. May 25, 2013 Reply MrRottincorps Vary nice . May 12, 2014 Reply Luke Vermeire What type of pvc do you use for your stanchions? how long? What size hole? Spacing between them? September 7, 2014 Reply Kim Henriksen Nice video!Do you want to see my new scary invention?🎃https://youtu.be/J6tzeym-c9cPlease sub😉🇩🇰 October 26, 2015 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.