Silicone Resin Molds - Chess

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  • Add various colors and fillers to make a unique chess set
  • 2-piece set of silicone resin chess molds
  • Durable and easy to maintain

Our Roxy Epoxy Chess Mold Set is designed for DIY artists who aren’t lacking in inspiration. If you love chess and adore epoxy art, then this is your new favorite tool. User friendly and of great quality, this mold will allow you to make a chess set that is a true work of art in just a few simple steps.

Do you love playing chess?

Do you adore custom-made chess sets? Would you like to try making one yourself? Creating chess sets that are true works of art has never been easier. Why? Because Roxy Epoxy Silicone Chess Mold Set is here!

Our Chess Mold Set will serve your artistic endeavors for years to come. We have designed it to be the perfect tool for all DIY artists who are passionate about creating unique chess sets. You will find our set to be super easy to use. It takes just a few simple steps. First, prepare the resin and add fillers and colors. Then, pour into the mold and demold after fully cured. And that’s it!

The Chess Mold Set is also durable, easy to care for, and low maintenance. Just use some soap and detergent for washing your mold. With Roxy Epoxy Silicone Chess Mold Set the limits of your imagination are the only limits. Have fun and create numerous creative chess sets.

How to Use

Preparation

First, you need to prepare the resin. If your epoxy looks too thick, warm it up first by placing the resin and hardener bottles in hot water. After about 35 minutes, pull them out and let them return to room temperature. 

Mixing

Make sure to use equal parts of resin and hardener. Stir resin slowly in the same direction until there are no lines. Let it stand for about 15 minutes and use it after the bubbles disappear. If you want to add fillers, now would be the time.

Demolding

After curing, start demolding. Do not pull the mold hard. Check whether edges need to be polished. You can use tools such as knives, sandpaper, or polishing strips.