Katy Sue Designs Mould - Distressed Cogs

Katy Sue Designs Mould - Distressed Cogs
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KSD-0298

This food safe silicone mould contains 7 different sizes of cogs. The teeth from many of the different cogs interlock, enabling you to create amazingly detailed continuous patterns of cogs all over your projects in every direction. Each cog also has a rusty style finish which will help give the appearance of them being old and used.. Perfect for steampunk, industrial or engineering themed projects.

Dimensions

Cog sizes: 5.8cm, 5cm, 4.1cm, 3.6cm, 3.3cm, 2.8cm and 2.3cm

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All Katy Sue moulds are made in the UK and are made with FDA compliant food grade silicone. The moulds can be used for sugar paste (rolled fondant) , sugar florist paste (gum paste) , modelling paste (Mexican paste), marzipan, chocolate, candy, boiled sugar, cold porcelain, salt dough, air drying clays and embossing powders.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Brand Katy Sue Designs
Dimensions Cog sizes: 5.8cm, 5cm, 4.1cm, 3.6cm, 3.3cm, 2.8cm and 2.3cm
Manufacturer's Guidelines Dishwasher safe.
The mould can be used in an oven up to 200°c.
Instructions Guidelines for use with paste, dough:

Wash and dry moulds well before use and lightly dust with corn flour to ease release. Keeping mould on a flat firm surface, push in a smooth ball of paste. Press paste evenly and firmly into mould without overfilling. Use a rolling pin and even pressure to ensure all areas are full and the base is flat. Cut away any excess paste from the edges being careful not to cut into the mould. Turnover mould and release paste embellishment gently onto a clean surface.
Material Silicone
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