CRC 03301 Food Grade Silicone Mold Release, (Net Weight: 11.5 oz.) 16oz Aerosol Spray,Clear
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I'm sorry, but silicone is really the best. place the foam in a wood mold upon which I place the Fossshape (using a steam iron or heat gun) to form hat inserts. As far as I can tell, the product works correctly. The amount of product you need is not excessive. Although the mold is supposed to be colorless, it seems to have a slight yellow stain on the surface. This is probably because it was made from wood (so ideally I should have made it from another As it does not irritate the skin, I do not believe it will damage molds or castings.
Your question was answered with a yes. I'm not sure how well this will work to release wax from a metal mold. You might try a high temperature silicone mold if you can. A release like that would be a delight
It is possible for you to do so if you wish. There is a food-grade version of this
There are no explanations as to why lubricant should be used. It works for me when I make homemade soaps using a few molds, especially those that do not require a liquid In order to remove my soaps more easily, I use silicon molds. My hope is that I have been of help. There is a spray silicone lubricant in this product!