Slippery when wet - Plastidip –
You received some great suggestions from our friend in Gore, Kevin. I thought I would mention an alternative I have recently enjoyed after trying about every darn clear and wet sauce known to mankind.
Try clear Plastidip for that nice wet coating that personal experience has shown can take the haunt season heat! This stuff is hard to find at the "box of tools" retail stores, but there is a really great seller on Ebay that offers it in small and large quantities.
This wet juice is great for doing stuff in layers and adding a sealing layer to masks etc, etc. It really shows some nice layering effects when doing buildups of layers for skin and such.
It is great for getting your Bon Jovi on and making it wet on just about anything. I have used it on wood even to build up wet puddle looking weirdness.
Slip on over here and check it out:
For your application here, this stuff will bend every which way but loose. It is fun stuff to use and one use will have you wondering what else you can apply it to, or on, or in, or above, or below. I am serious, I even want to put this stuff on my silverware so I can really dig in with rubber like grip!
They use it for tool handles you will see with a nice browse of the internetssss.
It appears you may need a large amount, so the 5 min epoxy approach may not be the answer, but that stuff dries really nice as you may know on masks and such.
Have fun! I would love to see your creation!
Last edited by milkunits; 08-02-2008 at 07:59 PM.
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Mooo or Booo, what ever suits your fancy