This has got to be the grandaddy of them all. Probably developed during the dark ages, this material is still pretty hard to beat. We've reformulated it over the years, but working properties have remained essentially the same. Moulage is a heat reversible gelatin that sticks to virtually nothing, so it's the almost perfect mold making material. The problem is that it needs to be applied hot and you can't cast much more than wax and plaster into it. Just the same, we find that because of the fact that it is reusable, it is economical and fun to use. To use this material, it must be melted in a double boiler (or a microwave oven) and allowed to cool to just above body temperature. Then it is applied with a brush or your hand onto the subject and when cooled, reinforced with plaster or plaster gauze. Once removed, it must be cast into quickly or stored in wet cloths so that it doesn't shrink. Available in 2 lb., 5 lb., 10 lb., and 35 lb. containers.