Liquid latex is used for creating 'special effects', particularly burns and for making plaster mold casting. It is available in bottles of 100 and 500ml. Liquid latex is white and becomes transparent as it dries.
Attention Do not use directly on the skin.
Close the bottle after use.
Latex-rubber Milk cannot be washed out of clothing.
-Apply a bit of colourless Gloss on the clearly defined areas.Model the 'blisters' using a Derma Wax Spatula.
-With a Make-up Sponge you dab Latex-rubber Milk around the 'blisters'.
-Take a tissue and pull the layers apart. Apply a single layer of tissue on top of the entire 'burn'.
-Dab all of it with Latex-Rubber Milk again, until the entire tissue (including the part on top of the blisters) is saturated. Latex-rubber Milk is a liquid used for creating special effects, particularly burns and casts in plaster moulds. The liquid latex is white and becomes transparent as it dries.
-Carefully tear off the tissue around the blisters (do not cut it!).
-Dab the frayed edges with Latex-Rubber Milk too.
-Dry the whole area with a hairdryer until it has become transparent.
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