The long awaited tutorial! Make anything on a budget with this substance that molds like play-dough, but hardens into rubber.
Quick links to the materials; [✓] All Purpose Silicone: http://amzn.to/2eixczp [✓] Neon Food Coloring: http://amzn.to/2eix1nY [✓] Cornstarch: http://amzn.to/2dSQ1uS [✓] Popsicle Sticks: http://amzn.to/2eDNLZR [✓] Nitrile Gloves: http://amzn.to/2eixNRL
Food Grade Silicone: SmoothSil Silicone: http://amzn.to/21k9Eex
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Project Inspired By:
Mikey77’s Instructable on Ooogoo: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Make-Your-Own-Sugru-Substitute/
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Project History & More Info:
Casting silicone is very expensive, so over the years I tried to find a cheaper alternative to making LEGO candy molds (https://goo.gl/XcLbep).
I started off trying silicone caulk from the hardware store, but globs of it would take weeks and weeks to finally firm up. That wasn’t acceptable because I needed something that would harden in 24 hours or less.
About 3 years ago I came across an Instructable by Mikey77 showing that mixing corn starch into the silicone caulk could be used to make it firm up in under an hour.
I did a number of experiments of my own, and eventually found out that corn starch wasn’t actually needed at all, but that all you needed was to add a little food coloring.
I still like to use corn starch though because it helps prevent the caulk from sticking to my hands as I work with it. The stuff is really hard to get off if it sticks to skin!