Can I Use Thinned Bondo to Pour Into a Mold?

Answer Bondo is a brand of auto body filler used every day in the automotive industry. It is also used by artists to produce objects out of molds. Bondo naturally has the consistency of peanut butter, and... Read More »

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How to Pour Ceramics Slip Into a Plaster Mold?

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How to Pour Dry QUIKRETE Into Holes?

Quikrete Fast-Setting Concrete Mix is used to set posts in holes that are dug in the ground. You might use Quikrete to install a basketball net or other sports equipment, or to secure a lamp post i... Read More »

Do you pour acid into water?

Yes. Adding an acid to water slowly dilutes the acid, so there is no noticeable reaction. If you were to (WRONGLY) add water to a strong, concentrated acid, you could cause a small explosion (pro... Read More »

Can I pour boiled sugar into ice cube trays?

If you boil sugar in water, you will have a syrup-like consistency. You can pour it into ice cube trays and put it in the freezer. However, the sugar lowers freezing temperature of water, and your ... Read More »