Mutt Blanks Lava Explosion Pen Blank

Mutt Blanks Lava Explosion Pen Blank
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Mutt Blanks Lava Explosion Pen Blank

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    Every Lava Explosion blank offers a striking blend of vibrant colors that flow together to create a truly dazzling look. Because each Lava Explosion pen blank has such a dense blend of brilliant colors, these blanks will never fail to impress your friends, family and customers.
  • Blank size: 13/16" x 5-1/4" long
  • Blended prismatic colors seem to flow
  • Reflects light for brilliant appearance from any angle
  • Easy to turn and polish to a glass-like finish
  • Hand cast for unique color and patterns
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Very pretty, with only one extra step over acrylic

Comments On Sep 08, 2018:Pros: These blanks look good! And they turn very well for plastics. Instead of chips flying you get a long thin ribbon, even when turned aggressively. Be sure to use sharp tools of course.
The one con: For whatever reason this does not want to polish to high gloss easily with my usual acrylic method. The initial results I had were a nice satin finish, which didn't show all the depth in the blank. BUT if you want a high gloss finish that will bring out all the depth all you have to do is add a thin CA glue finish at the end. Polish the CA coat and you've got a nice high gloss.

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