Sunday, July 12, 2015

Polly Plastics Moldable Plastic Pellets for fun crafts with older kids or adults 10 oz. EZ Grip Jar #PollyPlastics

If you or your older kids enjoy crafts and projects this is a great product. Polly Pellets Moldable Plastic is perfect for making plastic parts without injection molds or with 2-part epoxy systems.  This Moldable Plastic is great for crafts, art projects, home repair, model making, toys, costumes & masks and even prototyping products. You can use it to make custom parts, handles, grips, hooks, brackets and even cases. The sky is the limit with this amazing moldable pellets.

Polly Plastics Moldable Plastic Pellets are a cinch to work with too. All you do is just heat them with hot water (>140 F) until they turn from white to clear.  You can then mold to any shape you like, by using your hands or using tools.  Once they cool down, your project will be strong and permanent. No worries though, if you change your mind, you can reheat your project and modify until you get it right.  They include complete instructions too but it really is an easy and fun product to work with. My tween and I had fun constructing this past week. You can leave them as is or you can even change the color of your project to suit your individual needs. That is easy too and you have a few different options.

Make colored parts by adding powder paint or alcohol dye (available at the local craft stores) to the molten pellets while you are working them. Alternately, you can paint or varnish the part after it has cooled. Since this plastic is so strong, you can drill it, sand it or superglue it to something else.  This 10 ounce container has enough plastic to form about a 2.5 inch cube.

You can pick up Polly Plastics Moldable Plastic Pellets on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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