- Premium quality
- User friendly
- Clay-like texture
- Improved detailing
- 2-3 hours of work time
- Hardening itself
- No shrinkage
- Water resistant
Apoxie Clay offers improved detail properties, plasticity, accuracy and processing options, which makes this clay very user-friendly. Apoxie Clay offers superior modeling, impressions and detail finishing, with a smooth, skin-like texture.
After curing, Apoxie Clay can be sanded, drilled, tapped, cut or turned without cracks or chips. The Clay can be painted wet or dry.
Apoxie Clay combines the properties and benefits of modeling clay with those of epoxy. This epoxy adheres permanently to cleaned surfaces such as porcelain, ceramic, vinyl, wood and some plastics.
This clay hardens itself and can easily be washed away with water when wet.
Apoxy clay has a slightly coarser structure than the Apoxy sculpt and is therefore better suited for larger objects.
self-curing on room temperature
Adheres strongly to many surfaces
0% shrinkage and cracking
Strong and robust
Water resistant, can also be used outside, frost resistant
Native and white
|Processing time @ 20 o C|
1 to 3 hours
|Mixing ratio (volume)|
|Curing time @ 20 o C|
Wear suitable gloves when using Apoxie Clay. Take equal parts of A and B (both have a clayey consistency) and mix them for 2 minutes to create a homogeneous mass. The Apoxie Clay can now be processed for 2-3 hours. Smooth the model with your finger and a little water. This epoxy can be painted wet or dry. The Apoxie Clay is fully cured after 24 hours. Clean unwanted Apoxie with soap and water.
- To prevent Apoxie Clay from sticking on your hands, first apply a little olive oil.
- By immersing your tools in cold water, you prevent the Apoxie Clay from sticking to your tools and you get a maximum of details.
- If the Apoxy Clay is too sticky after mixing, wait 20 minutes. As time passes, the product becomes less sticky and you get more details.
The kneaded epoxy is best stored in closed packaging in a dry place between 6 - 28oC.