see thats another thing someone i know does..but he said he uses pam cooking spray and rubs it into the mold some....but the crisco and wax paper sounds like it would work...Originally posted by /\Chris/\@Dec 2 2003, 05:03 AM
I coulda sworn someone told me before to use wax paper and/or crisco shortning. I think they also sell special mold release agents but I been getting high lately and dont remember.
still needc something yo keep it from sticking togetherOriginally posted by Joost....@Dec 2 2003, 02:02 PM
the professionals use a compressor. When building a mold, they build in a valve, kinda like on your rims. When the fiberglass is hard, they connect a compressor to it, and compress air between the mold and the fiberglass, very effective.
Bees wax? thats a good idea..Originally posted by CANUHOP@Dec 5 2003, 03:06 PM
I work w/ fiberglass for a living, we use a release agent from Loctite called freecoat- you apply it 3 times, and buff it to a shine- that's what's best for multiple use molds- on one time molds we just use a whole lot of bee's wax- it works really well.Hope that helped-One