Acrylic mold cleanup process: Cleaning out foam mold

The first time I tried foam molding I was a little skeptical.

It was a weird process, with lots of chemicals, a lot of work and no guarantee of a successful result.

However, it was the perfect fit for my needs.

The mold cleanup method is simple and can be done in a matter of minutes.

Here’s how to clean your foam mold: 1.

Make sure the foam is not touching your mold.

I used a paper towel to clean off my foam.

If the foam has a lot to do with the shape of the mold, it’s a good idea to remove it.

I did this by placing a plastic bag on the foam.

I then took the plastic bag off and washed the mold with a water hose.

The foam should be cleaned off easily.

2.

If you have an open mold, remove the foam with a small knife.

This will allow the mold to be exposed to air and allow air to pass through the mold.

3.

If your mold is a sealed or closed mold, the best way to clean it is to use a clean cloth to wipe it clean.

You can also use a tissue to wipe the foam clean.

4.

Clean the mold by pouring a small amount of water on the surface and pressing down hard.

It’s best to use clean cloths because they’re easier to clean than the old cotton ones.

You don’t want to have to scrub the foam, so try not to press down hard on it too hard.

5.

Then, using a clean plastic bag, remove your foam.

Don’t use a paper bag or a glass or ceramic bag.

You want to remove the air bubbles and the mold itself, not the foam itself.

6.

If everything is clean, you can finally remove the mold and start cleaning it.

This can take anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes depending on how big of a mold you’re removing.

Cleaning the foam will help it adhere better to the surface of the foam mold and will also help it to stick to the mold without tearing.

7.

After cleaning the foam you can remove the excess foam by gently pushing it with your fingers into a large bowl of cool water.

8.

Then you can pour off the excess water and gently scrape the foam surface with your hand.

After you’ve scraped the foam back to the original spot, you’ll have a clean, shiny surface.

Once you’ve removed the foam from the mold it can be stored in a cool, dark place.

Once the mold has been cleaned you can try to reuse the foam for other projects, like the next.