What process would be best to make this mold???

New here so sorry if its in the wrong spot but I need to recreate the molding in this picture. Now it doesnt have a ton of detail so it should be fairly easy to make but I have no idea what to do. Can I vacuum form it and then use that piece to pour a mold. Can someone post some good links on what to do? Thanks John [IMG]http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a117/jleews6/images.jpg[/IMG]

Posted by 85 GT Kid 6 years ago


Cast Stone, Outdoor Repoduction with Fiberglass

I would like to reproduce a hand rail made out of concrete, cast stone; any suggestions as to how I should go about reproducing the cast stone rail and baluster?

Posted by azalldesign 10 years ago


toilet seat mold

Does anyone know where i can purchase or how to make a toilet seat mold?

Posted by transguy 9 years ago


Mold for Polyurethane Resin?

Hello, I purchased a Polyurethane Resin mix (Part A/Part B) to create a guitar. I’m wondering though what material I can use to create the Mold? I normally work with Wood, so this is all new and exciting, but oh so confusing. Can I create a mold out of wood and coat it with a silicone spray? Do I need to use some other non-porous material? Any insight would be excellent. Thanks, Rich

Posted by Coda24 8 years ago


How to make a mold

Hi there! :) In a couple of weeks I'll receive my first 3D printing! I'm so excited about it! One of my first projects I would print is a Flower Pot and... I'd also like to print a mold of this Flower Pot but I have a question: > First check the image of the Flower Pot dsign< How should be the design of the mold to allow me to make a new models with concrete (cement). I don't know how to solve the holes. Look, if I do with two external parts and one internal part... how can I do the holes and after take out the mold? I will think more about it but, if you have any idea... it's going to be great read it!! Thanks a lot!! =)

Posted by Kitus87 1 year ago


Steps to creating a custom project enclosure

I'm in the process of trying to design a prototype for a custom electronics project. I have a 3d printer at my disposal and I would like to print out my initial prototype and at a later time get the enclosures injection molded. I'm looking for some advice on a starting point. Is there some sort of standard model I can start with? or do people typically always design these from scratch. Does any one have recommendations on a place that could do a short run of injection molded enclosures? any advice or starting points would be helpful 

Posted by ouchthathurt 4 years ago


Just a THANK You and a picture

I just want to say a BIG thank you to all who answered my two questions about wire (for a soap cutter), and about making a silicone mold (for my soap) I wanted to show you a picture of some of the soap I make. This is NOT "fishing" for compliments, or to sell anything. I just wanted to give you an idea of what I do really no need to even comment

Posted by MaryT8M 5 years ago


Custom Latex Masks Made

Hi, I am offering my services to custom make and paint any custom latex masks you would like. Will just cost the materials to make the mold and the first mask. I will post you your mask, and give you an estimation of how long it will take to complete, making a decent mask takes time so dont expect to have it in a couple of weeks, I have to do this in my spare time and i like to take my time to make the best sculpt i can before i put any plaster on to make a mold. -------update------ 19-09-2012 if your intrested in having a mask made pop me an email chris@chrisfrydesign.com your likely to get a quicker reply via email than commenting on here ;-) have a look at my instructable on making masks using 2 part molds which should give you some idea of the costs and time scales involved. https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-Latex-Mask-with-a-2-part-mold/ --------------------------------- Ok i have been asked a few times can I make masks of actual people, the answer is that I prefer not to, replicating a human face for me is very tricky, having said that, a spitting image style replica shouldnt be too much of an issue. http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00427/spitting_image3_682_427439a.jpg how long would it take? the answer is between 1 and a half to 2 months depending on the size and complexity. How much would it cost? Hard to say again it depends on the size and complexity but remember you would be paying for a one off mask and your asking because you either dont have the skills to do it or the patients or the time, so if your expecting a mask for £20 (gbp) think again, no one is going to work their ass off producing something which takes a long time to create for a small amount of money, the materials alone are very expensive, please remember this when you email me and I qoute for your mask.

Posted by n1cod3mus 6 years ago


Tongue and mouth model.

I work at a speech training center, and I need to illustrate how to make certain sounds. I thought the best way was to use an adjustable tongue and cheek model. Doesn't have to be a real replica of a tongue, just something to illustrate the tongue and cheek positions for different sounds. Needs to be adjustable. Any ideas? Thanks.

Posted by naim 8 years ago


Liquid Plastic

I work at a BSA summer camp each year teaching archery and a little class about things not to bother while at camp. I have to find these bugs/spiders each year and catch them at some risk. I would like to have a perm. display for them to look at with out having to worry about me or them getting bit. I have did a search for said bugs on line but found nothing. Does anyone know how to use the liquid plastic to encase bugs? Please email me at karm1674@yahoo.com. Thanks.

Posted by Shenanigans 10 years ago


Upcoming Sugru Contest Giveaways

*************************************************** We have no more Sugru to give out. Thank you everyone who requested some I'm looking forward to seeing all of your projects! *************************************************** We've been spending some time recently chatting with the great people over at Sugru, trying to figure out a good contest to run.  However, in talking it over with them, we have come to realize that if we launch a Sugru contest, everyone would have to buy Sugru in order to enter it.  No one was fans of this idea, and so we came up with am alternate plan. Before running the contest, they would ship us a box full of Sugru Smart Hacks Super Packs for us to send out to selected authors. We've already given out these packs to a number of authors as a way of saying thank you for the amazing projects they've submitted, but we still have some left.  So, here's where you come in!  We want to offer these to anyone who wants to create a project using this awesome material! This is first come, first serve.  We have under thirty packs to give out, so they might go quick.  I'll update this post if and when supplies start running out or are gone. Our only request of you is that you use what we send you to make something awesome and enter that something awesome into the Sugru contest when it finally does launch.  Of course, entering the contest will also make you eligible for a number of other prizes. So let me know in the comments if you would like one, and I'll send you a prize notification that you'll need to fill out.  Best of luck, and happy creating! Current Count: 000

Posted by StumpChunkman 7 years ago


plastic bottle mold

 iv been growing stuff in plastic bottle and i notice that i get mold growing inside  has anyone else had this problem?

Posted by joeymmeezz 8 years ago


Molding with no Special Equipment

Hi, say I want to make a lot copies of a clay craft, and I don't have a special oven to mold brass stuff etc. How can I do it? So I prefer to mold in room temperature. I don't care a lot about the material, just if it isn't something weak, like gypsum. thanks.

Posted by merijnvw 9 years ago


Making a mold.

I am trying to make a fascia panel for a car. In order to do that I need to make a cast of one of the voids in a panel, from a vehicle console, since it can't be measured easily. I want to make the cast so that I can then make an accurate template from which I can make the panel I need. I am looking for a material that is non-destructive to the plastic panel that contains the void. That will create a rigid solid replica of the void. I know nothing about making molds and casts. Thanks in advance.

Posted by ucs308 3 years ago


detail level of metal milling machines? used for making two part mold

I;m trying to make a metal mold of some warhammer products, due to thier extreme expense, and yes Iv'e checked every ip law and it's legal.  I want to know how fine detail wise milling machines can go?  Also where could I go to get a 3d scan of the sprue done.

Posted by Lucinator 7 years ago


Custom PC Keyboard protector

I'd like to make a custom fit computer keyboard protector, the type that's made to stay on while the keyboard is in use. This Ducky cover https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p;=999 is very nice, but rare.  Most keyboards have no properly fitting cover available. Also, it would be awesome to say 'I did that.'   What material would be best, silicone?  What mold material? Maybe I could cover the keyboard with plastic film and spray some silicone on top?   It has to be really thin.  I'm guessing pros would use a bottom mold, then squeeze a top mold own on it. Thanks.

Posted by catsintrubles 2 years ago


resin for large scale pieces...will it work and where to buy?

I've never used resin before, but have ambitions of encasing a number of 'larger' things in resin than the typical 'something in a paperweight'. i'm looking more along the lines of something in a 18in square block. my first question is, what type of resin can be purchased in large quantities affordably (at the craft store a small can was something like $20..i'd need 50 of these) and secondly, will i have to worry about cracking or any other issues the larger i attempt to go (and if so, is there an alternative to resin which is more conducive to what i'm hoping to do)?  *'larger' = typewriter, log, sneakers...

Posted by jeremiah1223 7 years ago


Molding

Anyone know about molding? How do I create the mold, i hear about this oozmoo or something but I cannot find such a thing in the UK. What kind of alternative can i use? how about vaseline around it, would that work? I would experiment but I don't have very much molding stuff.

Posted by Antexter 10 years ago


Mold Making?

So, after making this awesome isntructable (it's curing now!), I got ideas for other concrete projects. My favorite so far is making a concrete lamp. I want to make a mold of a lamp (light bulb in it) and then cast it in concrete. I'd then put a real lampshade on it and call it art. My problem is...I have no mold making experience. Do you guys have any tips, know where to get silicone, etc?Thanks!

Posted by Weissensteinburg 10 years ago


Melt and Mold Plastic Grocery Bags

Hi - I have been crocheting, knitting and sewing with plastic bags for several years.  Now, I'm wanting to try something new with the plastic bags by molding them into beads, brooches and other fun stuff. Can you safely heat plastic bags to be moldable?    Thanks for any help I can get..... 

Posted by crochooley 7 years ago


Does anyone know where i can buy some...

Urethane rtv mold rubber? I would like to buy some in a local store....i cant find it anywhere....any ideas? i live in central pa and i would like to not resort to ordering online its just easier to pick it up and bring it home and use it hahah im impatient.....anywho some ideas would be helpful. A local hobby store is selling liquid plastic with catalyst for $49.00!!! i had no idea it was that expensive.. P.s if you are skilled in the ways of mold makings(i am not) and ideas in anyway can be helpful! Can i use liquid plastic with the urethane rtv to cast my stuff with? After i make the molds...i figured if i used a release agent it wouldnt be a problem. Thanx for your time.... Mikey

Posted by Mikey Cold Cuts 10 years ago


Creating hollow, clear mold. What materials?

I'm trying to create a Metroid from the titular video game series but I'm not sure of which direction I should go. As you can see, the top (i''ll call it the "head") is semi clear but contains a nucleus within it. So far the only method I can think of is with clear resin. Issues though are that I dont know how to leave an empty space for the body to fit within the head and I dont have a pressure pot available. I've never created a mold before and my only experience is clay sculptures. What methods could I use to create this? All I have to work with is my garage and some clay at the moment and although I'm willing to go out and spend some money, I wont be buying something like a $300 pressure pot.

Posted by Koppenhaver 4 years ago


How-to: Silicon Molding for the Hydra?

I am a complete n00b. Much help is obliged. I had recently bought a Hydra and was considering building a wooden chassis, but had thought of making a silicon molding instead. Does anyone know how to make a molding for a motherboard chassis? Thanks!

Posted by 76john 10 years ago


Molding is Not My Forte

I am currently working on a future Instructable that involves a lot of molding. Hence, I've discovered that my molding abilities are not up to par. It has been almost twenty-four hours since I poured the clear casting resin and it is still tacky on the top. Is this normal, or did something go horribly, horribly wrong?

Posted by Spl1nt3rC3ll 9 years ago


Need idea for material to pour into wax mold - making a skeleton key

I own a treasure chest, locked with a heavy-duty skeleton keyed lock. However I only have one key. I am trying to make another for it as a spare. I have made a wax mold of the key, but I don't know what I can pour in, to make a key that is not brittle, not flimsy and cold enough it won't melt the wax. Any ideas?

Posted by Printy 7 years ago


How to make custom dental tray?

Greetings, There is an instructable on how to make a cast of teeth. https://www.instructables.com/id/Cast-Your-Teeth-for-Halloween/ I would like to know how to make dental trays from the casting to use for teeth whitening instead of the generic trays that come in whitening kits. Thanks

Posted by NeuroPulse 3 years ago


Powdered glue

Hello, iv been trying to find a type of glue, in powder form, that sets up when exposed to heat, I'd also consider resins, I have some polymorph beads, but that's not going to work for what in doing, otherwise, anyone know a good way to mulch up some glue sticks into a fine powder/dust lol, I tried a pencil sharpener, with poor results lol, any suggestions would be awesome!!

Posted by kalboon 5 years ago


best material for molding polystyrene

I'm melting Styrofoam w/ acetone and wanting to put the goop in a gear mold; however I'm not sure what material I should be using for the mold.  I was originally going to do it in ABS plastic, but wasn't sure if the polystyrene would glue itself to the mold as the acetone evaporates.  So I was thinking of aluminum or possibly stainless steel.  Your thoughts?

Posted by Spaceman Spiff 5 years ago


Removing baseboard molding w/old phone outlet?

I'd like to remove some baseboard molding, but here's an old-school phone jack in the molding that has been painted over pretty good (though it still works with the converter). Any ideas how I might go about pulling out the molding without destroying the phone jack? I'm familiar with how to take down regular baseboard molding, but I can't seem to find anything online that might explain how to do it when an old outlet's in it. I'm not familiar with electric stuff, but am willing to learn, if need be. Thanks!

Posted by redsauce 9 years ago


Using Resin& makeing Mold???

I want to try and use Resin (for the first time ever). What kind of resin should I buy if I'm going to be makeing small pieces that will imitate candy. And how the hell to a make a cheap mold?? :S

Posted by ZiggyRodrigues 11 years ago


R/C Car

Hi, I had this r/c car, but I had lost the top, can anyone help vme figure out what to do with it? how can I make a top with plastic? And sorry, but the pics were a little blurry, (the camera was out of focus) but you can still see the basic shape

Posted by zack247 9 years ago


Vacuum Forming Molds

hey guys ive been reading a lot lately about vacuum forming and homemade vacuum forming machines (kudos to everyone who has made one by the way, theyre awesome), because i want to start early on my halloween costume this year and after some research i found vacuum forming would be the best way to make my costume. so my question for you guys: what do i make the molds out of? unfortunately, everywhere ive looked, there hasnt been a real detailed description of how to make the molds for the parts, its usually more along the lines of "now put your molds on the platen and place the heated plastic. . ." without describing how aforementioned molds came into existence. thanks a ton in advance!

Posted by puno 8 years ago


Severe black mold...heat exchanger???

Hi! we have this severe problem of black mold in every room, the wall is black... Water puddles on the floor.... Our surveyor and a builder told us (after cheeking everything) to solve the problem with a heat exchanger in every room... we are trying one in the kitchen but after 2 weeks i still found water on the floor and the mold in the corner seems increased... someone tried that? The cause of the mold are heat bridges and non existin insulation...

Posted by AlyssP 5 months ago


Cavity mold for aircraft wing

I am using Alibre Pro. I want to make a cavity mold for a airplane wing. The leading edge is straight to a point then curves to the tip. The trailing edge is curved but is not the same as the leading edge. Does anyone have an idea how to do this.

Posted by jimp 11 years ago


Injection Molding Machine for Sale

This posting is for a small plastic injection molding machine for sale. It is lightweight and compact, but has large 2oz maximum shot size and 12tons clamping force. It can also be operated from 120V power supply. The molds for this machine are easy to make, since they can be made out of aluminum or reinforced epoxy. The price is $2875. Since it is compact, the machine is shipped by UPS to avoid expensive freight charges.

Posted by lfiore 6 years ago


Guy Fawkes Airsoft Mask *help*

Today i asked my grandfather if he could mold my Guy fawkes mask for me so i could make a more durable version of it, i plan on using it as a mask for airsoft. He often makes molds of action figures and toys and fills the molds with pewter, however pewter is to heavy and i think to soft of a metal to use for airsoft, especially since the mold will be of a thin piece of plastic. any ideas on what i could fill the mold with or any suggestions?

Posted by jvan es 6 years ago


Does anyone make their own silicone molds? I have questions for you

I was looking for a rectangle silicone mold to use for cold processed soap. I saw several that were called "soap mold liners". They were used to line or fit inside wooden soap molds. Right now if a soap maker uses a wooden mold, a lot of time is spent lining the mold with plastic wrap, or freezer paper......usually with less than stellar results. Silicone seems to be the answer. When I finally tracked down the silicone liners, I also found out that this company is no longer in business....... My DH made me a wonderful mold out of a large thick plastic (HDPE) cutting board, BUT while the soap doesn't leak out, or react to the plastic, it IS difficult to get the soap to "let go" of the plastic, so I end up lining it just to simplify the process. I would like to make my own liner from silicone IF I could get some direction form someone in the know. I have seen directions on the internet, but I think those are mainly ads to sell their product. My questions What silicone (brand) is best for a first timer? which release agent (brand)? could I use the actual HDPE soap mold as the outside of the mold without the silicone or release agent hurting it? can wood be used as the "mold" to create the cavity? Doe the wood have to be treated? where would I find these products Any other "suggestions" or advice? Thanks Mary

Posted by MaryT8M 5 years ago


Mold venting for lost foam metal casting

I've been casting small aluminum statues using the "lost Foam " technique. My success rate has been about 60%t070%because of the aluminum freezing in the long narrow parts of the mold. The statues are human figures so the outstretched arms and legs sometimes are not complete. Am now considering heating the mold to reduce this problem. Any suggestions will be appreciated

Posted by blindpig 9 years ago


what materials can be molded and have a semi hardfinsih?

I want to create 3d mold. sort of like how to use a clay. but i want a near to hard finish, may be a bit "acrylicy" or "plasticy". the point is something sturdy. FYI: other than epoxy... its ok for me if the material start out as liquid or something clayish-like material P.s. if possible.... cheap... can any one recommend something? =D

Posted by No-Shi-De 6 years ago


silicone stuff

Long time listener. First time caller. Excited to be on your show guys. What I would like to do is make my own silicone bracelets / bands. Like Lance the liar Livestrong bands. But cooler. I've seen lots of posts on creating silicone molds. I think I can figure that part out. What I haven't found is a discussion on molding stretchy, rubbery silicone stuff. In my case - wrist bands.  Anyone here have an idea on what to use and how/where to purchase? I chatted with the kids at Make Your Own Molds and they were helpful on making my mold. But they couldn't recommend a site to buy the silicone for the bands. Help!!

Posted by wiinkme 5 years ago


My plaster of paris molds never work

I tried making one part and also two part (push) molds with plaster of paris. I followed the directions and mixed two parts of plaster to one part of cool water and poured into a box (dunno the technical name for it) over my shape. But the plaster sticks to my shape no matter what. I can't get my shape (positive) out without breaking my mold b/c it won't release. I've tried mineral oil, silicone release spray, and vaseline. The vaseline has worked the best but I can't use it on every part. I've tried making a mold of a piece of wood and a concrete paver and neither of which worked.  I don't know what I'm doing wrong. It seems fairly straight forward. Lubricate the positive (what I want to make a mold of), put a slab of clay down, put the box around the positive and imbed into the clay to prevent leaking from the bottom, and then pour the plaster over the positive. 

Posted by msminnamouse 4 years ago


Plastic Resin Casting and Molding advice

Hi I'm making my first plastic resin cast and the mold for it using the tutorial here: http://www.b9robotresource.com/plastic_casting1.htm One difference to that tutorial however is that the object I am making a mold of is something I've make in air-dry modelling clay. I've spent quite a bit of time making the original so bit worried about pouring the silicone for the mold onto the clay object - will it break the clay down or is there some way to prepare the clay (varnish or something?). I've put a test of dried clay in water and it has broken down in five minutes. Can anyone who has done this sort of thing before advise please? Thanks in advance. Garrett

Posted by garrettlynch 7 years ago


Small Plastic Parts

I've seen some forum topics here that explain how to create your own plastic molds etc. I'm looking for some help here. I need to make some small plastic gears, but I'm not sure that investing the time and effort into learning injection molding, simply to produce a hand full of parts, is sound logic. Is there anyone out there that makes small plastic parts for a living? I've contacted several companies in my area, but they won't do anything less than 10K quantity... Thanks, Tim

Posted by timcason 10 years ago


Molding Aluminum: With Gravity Die Casting

It's expensive, untested and dangerous.The idea goes like this. Start with a coffee can foundry, possibly powered with Biodiesel or Propane. Then design a mold for what you want to build using Autocad or some variant thereof. After it's finished, send the design to a machine shop to have it built out of steel. When you receive the permanent mold, melt the aluminum and pour into the mold repeatedly and often.The idea seems like a good one to me, I'll be testing it soon enough using common screw clamps to keep the mold tightly secure.Has anyone here done this? The closest I've come to doing it myself is pouring into a muffin tin.The photo below is a picture of the results which was taken from another board found here, you'll need a login, the photos are located in the forum under Machining and Tooling.Give me a shout if you dig the idea.UPDATE 5/24/07It works! Using my Harbor Freight Mini-Mill I cut out pockets in two pieces of 1018 steel, each about an inch deep, and four inches across. I then cut inlets in both pieces and welded some scrap steel U channel on the tops of both mold sections to form a pool enclosure for the excess aluminum to collect inside of and stay safely contained.Then I lit the candle on my foundry and melted the aluminum while at the same time pre-heating the molds, (connected using C-clamps) in the oven. When the aluminum melted, I poured it and it instantly solidified. After about 2 minutes of running around in a panic I cracked the mold open. The detail level is incredible. Impressions made in the mold with a fly-cutter can be seen in the casting. The casting is bright, shiny, and seemingly devoid of any burs usually associated with unfinished aluminum castings.I'll provide photos later of the test mold and casting.

Posted by Inspiracy 11 years ago


Is oogoo (DIY Silicone Putty) Oven-safe?

Hello! I have a question for people who use oogoo, or generally DIY silicone molding putty made from 100% silicone caulk. I want to cast oogoo molds of lego bionicle masks with polymer clay, but my issue is I need to keep the clay inside the mold in order to prevent any kind of warping, as most of it is spread a little thin (1-2mm thickness) and I don't want to end up warping it even in the slightest. Is oogoo or cured 100% silicone caulk oven-safe as long as it's within the specified temperature range? (I already know most DIY silicone putties aren't food-grade.) The silicone caulk I'm using is GE all purpose silicone I, mixed with corn starch, acrylic paint, and baby oil. The back of the tube says that it should not be used on surfaces that will exceed 400F/205C. The polymer clay I plan on using is cured at 110C, so I don't think it'll be a problem, but I'm worried exposing the silicone caulk mold to high temperatures will cause it to release some harmful chemical compounds. I looked up an MSDS sheet for GE silicone, and they had a generalized one stating exceeding the maximum temperature will cause the release of formaldehyde. Since I plan on baking these in our kitchen oven, I wouldn't want harmful chemicals contaminating a space where we cook our food. Also, if baking isn't an option, since the polymer clay is spread thin, and cures close to 100C, would curing it in boiling water be an option? (That way any water soluble chemicals would remain contained while the clay hardens.) All help is appreciated!

Posted by SixFootBlue 3 years ago


Any ideas on making a fairly realistic Jason mask (Friday the 13th)??

I'm looking to make a realistic, fairly inexpensive Jason (Friday the 13th, hockey mask, machete-wielding badass) mask for my Halloween costume and I need some help. The only affordable masks I'm finding are flimsy plastic ones like the one on the photo below or foam masks that look like they're for a 5 year old. I've seen some pretty good fiberglass ones on ebay (like the one in the second picture I've included), but they run over a $100....and none of them are exactly what I want. So, I want to make one.... I'm thinking I can take one of the cheap plastic ones and alter it....I want to do more than just paint it though. I want to make the mask more rigid and appear more like resin or fiberglass than plastic. So, I need some sort of liquid or putty that looks something like resin to cover the mask in that will make the mask more rigid and still allow me to paint on it. and I'll probably drill some more holes to match the ones in the movie and put leather straps on it. any thoughts? anyone made a Jason mask before that could offer some advice?

Posted by movieguy711 10 years ago


Convert Crayons into 2mm+ Leads Like Graphite Lead

Hello! I want to recycle crayons and thought of converting them into 2mm lead or larger in diameter (since there’s only a certain thickness where crayons can be sturdy). I also thought the crayons should be mixed with something since they’re wax. I was thinking of buying a silicone mold rubber to make a mold (may make the lead bend since it’s flexible but easy to remove), a polyurethane mold rubber, or a protruder like the old fashioned way. Silicone mold rubber is expensive ($30+). I originally thought of it as a craft, but it’s too complicated for a craft. Thank you for your time!

Posted by TrixiaL 9 months ago


Print a cast for pewter molding

I have a 3D model that I would like to have printed so I can use it as a cast for a pewter mold. It is a simple pin that I designed in 3DSMax.. Would the cast have to be metal, or is there some plastic/poly that would take the heat of molten pewter?  I don't want to have to pay a jeweler to do this, I already have the model in 3D, it seems like it should be easy to print a cast so I can make them myself..

Posted by 3DPiper 5 years ago


Silicone RTV

Hey guys I have Silicone RTV for sale contact me at  So1612@yahoo.com

Posted by grunt1612 6 years ago


DIY Car Carpet?

Hey, I have a 2000 Toyota Echo with holes in the carpet I've done a fair amount of searching, but I can't find an aftermarket manufacturer that sells pre-molded carpets for this car. Has anyone experience in replacing their car carpet with a custom carpet? How do you compensate for the lack of molding? Thanks, kd.

Posted by killerdark 7 years ago