Aves Apoxie Sculpt

urumomo

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I figured while I wait for some stuff to cure I'd post this for what it's worth -

I've had these two containers af Apoxie Sculpt for like 3 years .

Now they package this stuff stacked together as below , like a whole lotta other two-part products , secured with plastic film :




and I had them stacked at the bench like that .
But a couple years ago -- or maybe less ??? -- I noticed the Part B was discolored and drying out and becoming stiff :



I use this stuff sporadically , so it may have been sitting for months unused prior to the discovery .

So now I store them as below so there is even pressure around the sealing surface of the lid and I haven't seen any more deterioration .





I discarded some of the worst of it . It still cures completely but it seems to cure faster now - but that might just be perception .

Anyone else seen this ?

Uru
 

Quaralane

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I've noticed the discoloration before, but never had any problems using it
 

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Meh .
I wouldn't be that generous .
The worst of it -- and only Part B was affected -- was too dried out to provide a workable mix .

True , the product appears to cure completely but it's ( the messed up amount :( ) essentially unusable as a sculpting medium.

I used a chunk of the the worst as ballast for a project that required no finesse ;D
 

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HI my Part B looks exactly like with you. After a few years passed the always believe.
 

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