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    Thumbs down Thermoworx

    I had thought I had seen rubbish, the lady with the glue gun for instance, but this takes the biscuit. All that faffing about with hot water, poking it about, producing what? Oh well I guess somebody will be interested, even if it is only Dave Bradford.

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    Erm what is thermoworx, never heard of it. Sounds like the demonstration left a lot to be desired.

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    Oh must google it
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    A hot water soluble non toxic biodegradable reusable moulding plastic
    Which you can buy on Amazon for 5.99 for the same amount with free p&p even non prime members
    You don't have to be as mad as a box of frogs to be here but it helps:mysmilie_13:

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    I use polymorph plastic. I use the both kind that needs fairly high heat (e.g. Friendly Plastic) and cool morph, which still requires heat, just not as high. There was another company on a while back who made a hotplate for melting the plastic. I had a 40% "we've missed you" voucher at the time so I bought it. Since then I've been so busy with DIY, decorating and gardening that I haven't had time to use it.

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    I have some of the Friendly Plastic lurking in a box somewhere. Was given several strips at a craft shop once as a prize, though what I did to earn it and several other items I have no idea. Think they were trying to get rid of surplus stock. Bought a pack of 12 at a craft fair once. I had intended to make twisted earrings, but one of those not got a 'round tuit' jobs. ;)

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    I did a google and it sounds like the ingredients similar to a friend of mine who made her own moulds. I think though it’s something that I will give it a miss.

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