1. Lay mold on a flat surface. Careful, the mold material is self-lubricating and therefore the oils built into the mold can leave a trace of oil on whatever it is laid. Lay it on wax paper to prevent unwanted oil marks. Do not put it on printed paper as the mold may pick up the print in its material.

    2. Heat wax hot enough, so that it has a watery consistency. If it is too cool, it will not flow well into the cavity surfaces and will leave voids.

    3. Hold a medicine dropper in a vertical position and suck up wax from the wax heater.

    4. Squirt the wax into the mold in one steady shot, quickly and easily. Be careful not to trap air bubbles in the wax.

    5. Lubricate a small piece of window glass and place over the hot wax in the mold. This will flatten the back of the wax pattern and give you a more professional thin casting. Use very little pressure. This 'pressure' helps give a sharper detail to the wax pattern, reducing any rounding of the surface design. When the wax has chilled, remove the window glass and pattern. Cut off flashing.

    6. After finishing the pattern to the desired design, spray the wax pattern with a surfactant/debubblizer such as Taub Beta-Cast, to allow the investment to flow closer to the wax pattern, keeping the sharp detail and eliminating any bubble formation around the wax pattern.

    7. Invest as you would normally proceed. Enjoy.