Q-Ballz™ Pint Bald Cap Plastic

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Q-Ballz™

Q-Ballz™

Q-Ballz™ is a single component liquid that can be used as a bald cap plastic or for encapsulating silicone gel prosthetic appliances. Thin with acetone to airbrush material into a mold (or over a plastic head form) for creating a membrane. Use as soon as possible after opening.
The edges of a silicone prosthetic appliance encapsulated in Q-Ballz™ can be dissolved away with acetone. Q-Ballz™ can also be used to create bald caps on an appropriate head form.

Instructions

WARNING - FLAMMABLE Liquid and vapor. Keep away from ignition sources and follow precautions for handling flammables.
Materials should be stored and used in a warm environment (73°F / 23°C). This material has a limited shelf life and should be used as soon as possible. Wear safety glasses, long sleeves and rubber gloves to minimize contamination risk.
Important: Shake Q-Ballz™ Container Well Before Using.

FOR CREATING BALD CAPS:

  1. Apply a thin layer of release agent, such as Ease Release® 200 or petroleum jelly, to a bald cap head form.
  2. Stipple undiluted Q-Ballz™ thinly over the desired area of the bald cap head form.
  3. Allow at least 10 minutes of drying time between layers.
  4. Repeat steps 2-3 to build up an appropriate thickness. Generally, 5-10 layers are sufficient.
  5. Allow at least 2 hours for acetone to completely flash off before removing bald cap from the head form.
  6. Powder outside of bald cap using talcum powder.
  7. Remove bald cap from head form gently using a soft brush and talcum powder.
  8. Fine edges of the completed bald cap can be dissolved using acetone.

FOR USE AS AN ENCAPSULANT FOR SILICONE APPLIANCES:

  1. Apply a thin layer of release agent, such as Ease Release® 200 or petroleum jelly, to all surfaces of prosthetic mold.
  2. Thin Q-Ballz™ with acetone. Generally 3-4 parts acetone added to 1 part Q-Ballz™ is sufficient.
  3. Using an airbrush or other fine mist sprayer, spray a thin layer of thinned Q-Ballz™ over all mold surfaces
  4. Allow at least 10 minutes of drying time between layers.
  5. Repeat steps 3-4 to build up an appropriate thickness. Generally, 5-10 layers are sufficient.
  6. Fill mold using a silicone gel such as Ecoflex® Gel or Dragon Skin® softened with SLACKER®.
  7. Allow silicone gel to fully cure.
  8. Optional - spray 3-4 thin layers of thinned Q-Ballz™ over back of appliance.
  9. Demold silicone gel filled appliance with the assistance of a soft bush and talcum powder.
  10. Fine edges of the completed encapsulated appliance can be dissolved using acetone.
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