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June 22, 2022


 Silicone (Buy Here) is the strong choice for mold making, as it offers such a diverse form of benefits. You can make the molds of your desired shape and can create custom molding designs. They are flexible, stable, and also durable. You can use them without the fear of breakage.

 We know that you all are curious about making silicone molds. If you want to learn how to make them then this article is for you.



It might seem difficult to create the silicone molds but you’ll found it very easy after reading our step-by-step guide on how to make silicone molds:

 Things you may need before starting:

  • A map in your mind (how you want to shape it)
  • Liquid silicon
  • A box or container for mold housing
  • Wax resin and mold making liquid kit.

 Before you start. You have to determine whether you want to make one-piece mold or two-piece mold.



 One-piece mold is flat. It can be a cube or flat shaped mold. It can make a beautiful and perfect 3D structure.  However, it will not work on the deep undercuts.


 Two-piece molds are ideal to reproduce the flat molds by creating the deep designs and cuts to the molds such as to make mold of any cartoon character or a person you have to make a two-piece mold. Two-piece mold takes more time than the one-piece mold.


  • Create your product master: Use any Standard Resin.  Keep the detailed surface free of support marks.  Wash the parts thoroughly any residual tackiness on the surface can affect the silicone molding process.
  • Mold house construction: You can use a simple premade plastic container to construct the mold house.  Look for nonporous materials and a flat bottom.
  • apply mold release: Start by lightly misting the inside of the mold housing with silicone mold liquid. Tile the masters inside the box with the detailed side up. Lightly spray these with mold liquid as well. This will need about 30 minutes to dry thoroughly. Usually, the curing time depends on the thickness of the mold. For small molds it is 4-6 hours. For best results leave for 24 hours or overnight. This has a 12 months shelf life (seal properly).
  • Prepare the silicone: Mix the silicone A and B mixture and weigh them according to the package instructions. The liquid will be degassed itself; you don’t have to degas the bubbles.

  •  Pour the silicone into the mold housing: Gently pour the mixed silicone rubber into the containment box in a narrow stream. Aim for the lowest part of the box first (the base) and gradually come up the contours of your 3D printed mold. The curing process will take from one hour to one day to complete, depending on the Thickness of the silicone liquid.
  • De-mold: When curing is complete, peel the silicone out of the containment box and remove the mold.  This will serve as your ice cube tray-style mold for casting your end-use product.
  • Cast your part: Again, lightly spray the mold with mold release and let it dry for 10 minutes. Pour your end-use material (wax or concrete, for example) into the cavities, and allow it to cure.



Two-piece molds:

 To create a two-part mold, start by following the first two steps above. After that, follow this process to create a two-part mold:

  • Lay out the mold in clay: Use the clay to form what will eventually be one half of your mold. The clay should be placed inside your mold housing.
  • Pour your silicone: Follow the instructions on the TECHAROOZ liquid mixture box to prepare and gently pour the silicone into your mold housing on top of the clay and your molds. This layer will be one half of your two-piece mold.
  • Remove everything from the mold housing: Once your first mold has cured, you’ll need to remove the mold, and clay from the mold housing. It’s okay if the layers separate upon extraction.
  • Clean the clay: Clean all of the clay to get your first silicone mold. Make sure your existing mold is completely clean.
  • Place the back in the mold housing: Insert your existing mold back into the mold housing facing up instead of down.
  • Apply release spray: Apply a thin layer of release spray to the top of your sample and existing silicone mold to make de-molding easier.
  • Prepare and pour the silicone for your second mold: Following the same instructions as before, prepare and pour the liquid into the mold housing to create your second mold.
  • Wait for your second mold to cure: Allow 24 hours of time for your second mold to cure before attempting to remove it from the mold housing for the best results.
  • De-mold your parts: Remove both molds from the mold housing and gently pull them apart.


 TECHAROOZ food safe, self-degassing and odorless silicone mold liquid is environment friendly. This silicone mold maker formula that can be used to cast molding silicone molds for resin, wax, concrete, soap, plaster, gypsum, candle chocolates, cakes.  TECHAROOZ food grade silicone mold kit is shore 20A rubber known for its great tensile strength and elasticity. Create perfect molds and sculptures that last forever.


 Silicone’s flexibility makes it easy to work with. These molds are pliable and lightweight as compared to plastic and they’re also easier to remove once a part is fully formed. Thanks to their high flexibility, there is very less chance of any breakage of the mold.


 Highly stable under a broad range of conditions, you can put these molds in the oven, freeze them, and stretch them during removal.  The curing time depends on the thickness of the mold. For small molds it is 4-6 hours. For best results leave for 24 hours or overnight. The liquid silicone has a 12 months shelf life (seal properly).



While making the molds you can also add epoxy resin to it. Depending on the type of project you are making you have to mold the shape of it. You can also add colored pigments to give beautiful and vibrant colors to your molds.  There are no limits when it comes to creativity. You can shape them as you want and love. It can be a cube, pyramid, or even a mermaid. You can give them any shape that you like.

Either you can use crystal clear, or colored pigments or liquids it will still look beautiful. You can also add glitters or flowers etc.

 You can use them in prototyping, art and crafts, resin artwork, DIY crafts, jewelry, food and beverage etc.




 WE make all our products with the safe ingredients and they are safe to use for food and beverages and also for putting your eatable things. Both silicone rubber mold making bottles have a stopper underneath the lids to prevent leakage. They are then added inside zip bags before putting them into boxes you receive so that your package never leaks. You can create the shape you like and mold them according to your taste and your preferences. Share your thoughts and also share your molds with us that you created using TECHAROOZ SILICONE MOLD MAKING LIQUID with a hashtag #techaroozpigments. We’d love to see your art works and your mold designs


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