Polly Plastics Moldable Plastic Pelletes
Make colored parts by adding powder paint or alcohol dye (available at 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.
Polly Plastics Moldable Plastic is great for crafts, art projects, home repair, model making, toys, cosplay costumes & masks and prototyping. Use it to make custom parts, handles, grips, hooks, brackets and cases.
So the first thing I made was a banana, my son has been obsessed with minions and they love bananas so every time he sees a banana he screams BANANA until he gets one! But he doesn't want to eat it he just wants to hold it, so I've been looking for a fake banana and I haven't been able to find one so when I got these moldable plastics I knew I wanted to make a banana. I melted the plastic balls as directed and then started to mold away, I got the shape the way I wanted and then I dropped it into ice water to harden the plastic. Now all I need to do is paint it! Next I made a cat because my son loves cats too, the cat was a bit harder but I think it turned out okay. I also tried making a Alien but he didn't turn out too good, but hey at least my son like him!
Over all this plastic is really fun to play with, my son is 3 so I only let him mold the plastic at the very end when it was almost white, he also had fun putting the plastic in the ice water. He had fun but I think older kids would have fun with this for hours!
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