E-Z Water™

SKU: C1206

$15.99

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  • Description

    E-Z Water is a great solution for easy, fast and flat surfaces. There is no need for measuring or mixing. Just melt E-Z Water and pour to create ponds, streams, rivers and harbors. E-Z Water hardens in minutes and is easy to tint with powdered fabric dye. It is a low odor, non-toxic, plastic product that comes in the form of pellets.

    E-Z Water is compatible with Water Undercoats and Surface Waters. Note: Do not use Water Tints with E-Z Water.

  • Kit includes:

      Contents cover 154 in2 when poured to a depth of 1/8".

      16 oz vol (473 mL)

  • Safety Warning

    -Model making product. Not a toy! Not suitable for children under 14 years!

    -Produit pour le modélisme. Pas un jouet! Pas adapté aux enfants de moins de 14 ans!

    -Producto para modelismo. No es un juguete! No adecuado para niños menores de 14 años!

    -Modellbauartikel. Kein Spielzeug! Nicht geeigent für Kinder unter 14!

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    CAUTION: Heat only as instructed. Contact with heated E-Z Water may cause skin and eye

    irritation. Avoid spills and spattering material when heating and pouring.

    DO NOT MIX PELLETS WITH ANY LIQUID! Dangerous spattering may occur and cause burns.

    FIRST AID - Eye Contact: Flush immediately with cool water for 15 minutes. If product becomes

    solidified, do NOT remove from eye. Seek medical attention immediately.

    Skin Contact: Wash with soapy water.

    Ingested: Seek medical attention immediately.

    E-Z Water is non-toxic.

    ASTM Certified

    Woodland Quality Brands is committed to manufacturing superior quality, safety-tested products. All of our modeling materials are evaluated by a Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Approved Toxicologist to ensure they meet the standards for art materials set out by ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) International, if applicable. "ASTM International, formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), is a globally recognized leader in the development and delivery of international voluntary consensus standards. Today, some 12,000 ASTM standards are used around the world to improve product quality, enhance safety, facilitate market access and trade, and build consumer confidence." For more information about ASTM International, visit http://www.astm.org/ABOUT/overview.html.

    • Can E-Z Water be poured over cured Realistic Water?

      No. E-Z Water™ is poured hot, which would result in bubbling and cracking of the Realistic Water™. Realistic Water can be poured over E-Z Water, but it must be completely cured.

    • What is the best product to use for water if the depth needs to be deeper than 1/8"?

      We recommend using Deep Pour Water. Deep Pour Water can be poured up to ½ in (12.7 mm) deep in a single pour. If you want more depth, Deep Pour Water can also be layered without leaving transition lines after the previous pour has set up for 4 hours. You can also pour Realistic Water in layers in increments of 1/8 in (3.17 mm) after the previous layer is fully cured. E-Z Water™ is also good for deeper water areas. We recommend E-Z Water for small but deep areas, since it should be applied in one pour to avoid transition lines.

    • What is the best way to add color to my E-Z Water?

      Use dry pigments or dyes only. Add dye to pre-melted pellets or mix into melted pellets a small amount at a time. When adding dye to melted E-Z Water™, mix in dye very slowly to avoid bubbles.

    • What is recommended to use as a base sealer prior to pouring the Realistic Water?

      We recommend sealing a water feature base with Plaster Cloth. Apply as instructed on the label, ensuring all holes in the Cloth are filled in before pouring Realistic Water. 

      Click here to view a video on preparing and painting water areas.

    • Can Realistic Water, Deep Pour Water, or E-Z Water be used outdoors?

      None of our water products are suitable for outdoor use.

    • How do I apply the Water Effects?

      Water Effects is moldable, holds its shape and dries clear. To model moving water, apply on top of dried Realistic Water™ or E-Z Water with a paintbrush or craft stick.
      To model a waterfall, squeeze onto freezer paper or non-stick pan in desired shape and length (add 1/2” to length for attaching to layout). Let dry until clear, then peel off surface carefully and attach using Water Effects as an adhesive. Dry time varies due to heat and humidity.

      Click here to view a video on modeling waterfalls with Water Effects.

    • I am using E-Z Water in a very large area. How do I minimize seeing transition lines where I start and stop pours?

      E-Z Water™ must be applied in one pour. If applying E-Z Water in multiple pours, transition lines are unavoidable.

    • How do I color my water area and what products should I use?

      You can use our Water Undercoat, Water Undercoat Terrain Paint, or 100% acrylic paint to color the water area. Or you can use Earth Colors™ Liquid Pigments. If using Earth Colors Liquid Pigments, seal area with Scenic Cement™ afterwards and allow it to dry.
       
      Another way to model a realistic water area is to use dark and light shades of color. The darker the shade, the deeper the water will appear.
       
      Paint entire terrain, including water area, with Earth Colors Liquid Pigment or Earth Undercoat. In the center of the water area, use Slate Gray Liquid Pigment or Black Liquid Pigment to model deep water. For the shoreline, dilute the darker pigment with 16-parts water or choose a lighter shade, such as Stone Gray Liquid Pigment. Be sure to blend the edges where the paint shades meet to avoid harsh transition lines and model realistic changes in depth.
       
      If you are using Realistic Water and are not using Earth Colors Liquid Pigments, check with the manufacturer to make sure the paint you are using is 100% acrylic. Most craft paints, including premium brands, contain vinyl fillers. Vinyl in paint could have an adverse reaction with Realistic Water.

      Click here to view a video on preparing and painting water areas.

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