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DIY Artificial ice cubes – PERFECT Fake ice cubes. Realistic and easy DIY!

What you need to make fake ice cubes:

TO MAKE FAKE ICE CUBES
1. Silicone ice tray (classic size, square)
2. Rubber gloves (resin sticks like hell)
3. Resin OR Art resin & hardener (Art has no fumes, normal is fine too if you air)
4. Measuring cup (plastic)
5. Mixing cup (paper or plastic)
6. Spatulas (wooden or plastic)
7. Some kind of plastic containers (shiny if you want to pour on them)

TO MOULD & FINISH FAKE ICE CUBES
1. Metal file (long and straight, with a curved back for variations in the ice)
2. Car polish
3. Sanding paper (800, 1000, 2500)
4. Old cotton cloths, old pillow case, something similar
5. Mini drill with cotton polish wheels (optional for speed)

It’s all pretty simple, with a bottle of resin and hardener you can make a whole bunch of fake ice cubes. Filing them and polishing them up into similar but slightly different shapes will make them all unique and you’ll have some great artificial ice for your food photography or drinks photography kit! Resin is easy to use, nothing to be scared about.

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  1. This is what I have been looking for … didn't want to spend 40+ euros, dollars whatever plus delivery and didn't want cheap products either. Thank you for taking the time to do this and for sharing. Let's keep in touch, I want get invited to your 90th birthday party.

  2. Hey Philip, I'm thinking about making some cubes for my drinks photography work. I've spent quite a lot of cash on high quality fake ice cubes and would like to learn to make my own. I'm wondering, have you tried cleaning up the surface by using heat rather than sand paper? I know you can clean up perspex edges with a blow torch and was wondering if a heat gun might work on the resin to sort of melt the surface and level out any file marks. Have you ever tried this?

  3. Thanks for this, very appreciated. Do you already know why the ice stay yellow?

  4. your hands on don‘t have the ‚missing piece‘ as many others do – they are so clear and compresensible – and fun to watch – great! thanks, mate!

  5. Hi Phillip,
    You didn't mention the most important thing. Always wear a mask throughout the process and work in a well-ventilated place. When the resin powder enters your lungs, it's forever. There is no turning back and sooner or later, you will have serious health problems with that.
    Only masks capable of filtering particles smaller than 0.3 microns are useful (FFP2 standard in Europe, N95 in the USA and KN95 in China).
    The bubbles can be easily eliminated with a very brief passage of a small kitchen torch to avoid burning the rubber molds.
    The resin usually turns yellow when it has poor quality and has no UV protection. UV light hits the resin and degrades the epoxy polymers.
    I hope this has helped and always wear a f#%&ing mask when sanding resin.
    Regards!

  6. Thanks for the tips and for showing you the process, with a little time you can have some good ice, which is great for when the summer comes and you want that shot with ice that you don't have to worry about melting. and gives that nice cool refreshing look. Handshake

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