Apoxie® Sculpt epoxy clay offers economy as well as performance. This 2-part product has a putty-like, smooth consistency, and is easy to mix & use. It is safe and waterproof with 0% shrinkage/cracking! Working time is 2-3 hrs. Cures hard in 24 hrs and has a semi-gloss finish. Adheres to plastic, resin kits, wood, metal, ceramic, glass, polymers, foam, fiberglass, & more! Can be seamlessly feathered before set-up, or sanded, tapped, drilled, carved, lathed, or otherwise tooled after set-up, without chipping, cracking or flaking! Save time & money on finishing jobs by using Apoxie® Sculpt colors. Simple water clean-up or use Aves®Safety Solvent. Endless uses for artists, crafters, restorers, modelers, students, and more! Great for creating 3-D graphics and outdoor projects! Available in 12 colors.
*Wear appropriate gloves.
Working Time Line Guide:
1/2 hour: Sticky & most adhesive
1 to 2 hours: Easy to work with
2 to 3 hours: Setting up, form-able detail
24 hours: Hard, cured & waterproof
Endless uses for artists, crafters, modelers, students, and more!
Crafts & Hobbies - Sculptures, casting/molds, props, model horses, doll making, miniatures, woodcarving, jewelry, glass art, home/school projects, toy design, model rockets, trains, cars, boats, planes, etc.
Repairs & Restorations - Antiques, toys, dolls, vases, ceramics, porcelain,
pottery, statues, museum exhibits, tools, furniture, etc.
Art, Design, Model Making & Special Effects - Create & add to kits, models, figures; fill & cover seams, cracks, and armatures; fabricate or extend parts; prototypes; aquarium customization; outdoor displays; theme parks; dioramas; scenery & habitat applications; wildlife art; ...and more! Exterior Quality! Easy to paint! Tips: *Can be seamlessly feathered before set-up with a paint brush and the use of Aves® Safety Solvent for fine details; use water for smoothing large surface areas of your project.
*Wearing gloves when mixing A+B is not only helpful for clean up, but ensures thorough mixing of the product.
*To keep the product from sticking to your hands try rubbing a bit of extra virgin olive oil on your finger tips to keep the product from sticking.
* Dipping your tools & fingers in cold water will keep Apoxie Sculpt from sticking to your surfaces and allow maximum details.
*Create new colors of Apoxie Sculpt by mixing any of the part 'A' colors of Apoxie Sculpt together, then add an equal amount of part 'B' (all part A's are the same, and all part B's are the same)
*A good idea for any left over mixed Apoxie Sculpt is to start a journal cover or decorate a box top with it - you'd be surprised how much you over mix and how creative you can be with your left overs!
*Embellish with; tiles, glass, beads, stones, gems, crystals more!
*Works excellent with gold leaf and mica powers!
Available in Natural, White and colors in 1/4 , and 4 lb.
3 sizes: 1⁄4, 1, 4,
Awesome customer service and just as awesome products! I've used both Magic and apoxie sculpt and both are wonderful ! hope mcclure on 20th Nov 2017
as always the clay is easy to work e wachter on 18th Mar 2016
Much better than any other product of this type that I have used. Much easier to work with and smells better also. Some other products seem to stick to your hands and the smell is bad. This smooths out wonderfully and dries nice and hard. It adheres to most everything and will be my go to for all future products. Karen on 19th Feb 2016
This is an awesome product for crafting. Dries rock hard, smooths beautifully....all around great!
Service was really good, product arrived on no time. Very pleased! Susan on 16th Sep 2014
I make a lot of necklaces and I've struggled with finding a clay that is easily manipulated, dries hard and is waterproof without needing to fire or bake. Apoxie Sculpt seemed too good to be true, based on the description saying it got rock-hard after 24 hours, so I was a little skeptical when I tried it out. It definitely delivered on that promise, though, and worked just about perfectly for what I had in mind.
When you first start to work it, it is EXTREMELY sticky. It would be great for repairs because it sticks to everything-- wood, metal, plastics, whatever. There was a bit of a learning curve with getting it to keep its shape without getting stuck to the desk, but after that it dried perfectly and I could sand and carve into it like a stone. All in all, an excellent product for sculpting.
My one disappointment is that the "bronze" color might as well be called "brown," because it's pretty darned brown. Some paint will fix that right up, though, so no biggie. David on 18th Aug 2014
I was looking for a product that would bond to ceramics and allow me to re-sculpt areas. The Apoxie Scuplt worked wonders! easy to work with. Great bonding to surface. Easy to shape and sculpt. Rock hard in 24 hours. Easy to sand and detail, along with painting it. I'll be using it for many many projects along with the project I bought it for.
Portia J. on 10th Oct 2013
I recently completed a large pre-made resin"tree" for a community art project "The Enchanted Arboretum" where I attached molded faces to represent "sprits" on the tree. The faces were made from the Apoxie Sculpt. This product was AMAZING. It adhered to the poly resin tree perfectly and seamlessly - before it was totally dry I was able to blend and retouch any dings or imperfections. I added details and blended the faces into the tree with Apoxie Sculpt, again - worked perfectly. Here is a link to the process and pictures.
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152175519570324.908699.504980323&type=3 Janelle on 28th May 2013
This is the first time I've worked with such a product and have heard lots about other products similar to this. I don't have much to compare it too, but I think it's working out great. There is a learning curve, but I'm already getting better at mixing in colors to match my wood-fired ceramic surfaces. I even ran one patch job through a dishwasher and it seemed to hold up just fine. BASS on 30th Apr 2013
To be truthful, I had a bit of trouble because I was to mix the resin with a touch of color first and neither container for the Sculpt was labeled resin...so I guessed...It turned out ok but I felt it may have been a bit dry, (mixture of the two)and might affect the strength..we will see.
Unknown on 17th Dec 2012
I discovered Sculp=all when I was working with the exhibits department of my local museum. I have used it to mend many antique and modern pieces of art and furniture. I was delighted to discover I could order it from you on line. Unknown on 17th Dec 2012