Mould care?

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  1. frosty

    frosty New Member

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    What is the best way to care for your molds? Does anyone have some ideas from around the house that they have used to help them to care for their mold?
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    inplanotx New Member

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    I do not do anything to my moulds except keep them in a dry place. After you have cast the last bullets of the day, fill the mould one last time, include a healthy sprue and leave it closed until ready to mould again. Never had a problem as long as no air reaches the inside of the mould.

    When getting ready to cast again, clear the sprue, drop the bullets (should be good) and spray the inside with a lite coat of Frankford Arsenal Drop Out and start casting.
  3. frosty

    frosty New Member

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    Yes, sir.
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    Smart A$$! ;) ;) :D :D :D :D :D
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