Worbla Finest Art
- Can be re-activated with heat as often as wanted to (best approx. 80-90°C / 175-195°F)
- It contains a very strong glue and it can be blended very well
- Processing time up to several minutes, depending on the time of exposure of the heat
- Simple, safe and clean handling, also for beginners
- Non-toxic, solvent-free and contains no hazardous substances
- Surface provides for example good adherence for all colors, varnish, glue and so on
- Excellent repair and connecting possibilities, also with other thermoplastics
- No leftovers and under normal conditions it can be stored for years
Worbla’s® Finest Art (WFA) – the classic and best-known thermoplastic crafting material around the world by Cast4Art!
WFA is very easy to work with, which means that not only trained artists, costume designers, figure and doll makers, but also hobbyists and cosplayers can make great creations.
Like all products in the Worbla's® Art series, Worbla's® Finest Art is classified as harmless to health and free from solvents.
Almost anything is possible with this versatile and easy-to-use creative material: detailed, accurate illustrations of surfaces, masks, costumes, harnesses, ornaments and decorations, as well as show weapons, cell phone cases and costume jewelery, dolls, action figures and other figurines and all kinds of decorations.
In addition, WFA can be easily combined with the other products in our Worbla’s® Art series!
Use heat (optimal at approx. 80-90°C) to give the Worbla the desired shape. It is useful to use a hot air gun for this. Please take care not to burn yourself when handling the hot Worbla. The Worbla is easy to cut as soon as it is warm. After heating, Worbla has excellent adhesion to itself, making it easy to stick parts together.
Leftovers can be mixed 100% in the same product, so that there is no waste.
Afterwards you can also reheat parts to make corrections, or to paste new parts on.
You can paint Worbla's Finest Art with acrylic paint and effect lacquer, among other things. For plastics, however, you must first use a primer. Regular wood glue works great to smooth the surface and as a primer for acrylic paint.