#1
dose it burn?

i am making an object out of wax the setting plaster of paris around to create the mould.
then i will melt the wax out when its set, then heat some model lead up and pour it into the mould.

question, if i use a lighter to heat the mold up will it burn or set fire too?
#2
Take a flame to a dried piece and see for yourself...


I think the stuff is mostly made of crushed stone and if that's the case it should not burn.
Last edited by moody07747 at Nov 9, 2008,
#3
I don't think so. You'll have black marks but it wont catch fire
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what?
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#6
Well everything burns at a certain temperature :P But at this temperature it won't burn.
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Well everything burns at a certain temperature :P But at this temperature it won't burn.


plasma won't burn.