The Roylan 50/50 Mix Elastomer Putty can be used to build up surfaces of gloves or splints so you can put pressure on and break up scar tissue. The putty also can create grips customised to your hand on things such as eating utensils, pens, pencils, keys, and more to help people with limited grip and hand function. Most commonly, this putty is used in physical therapy and occupational therapy settings but can be used for personal use as well.
Directions For Use: In order to make a firm piece of putty, scoop equal parts of both the blue and white elastomer and knead them together. If you are using putty for scar compression, apply the putty to your scar and wait about four minutes for it to become firm. Do not apply to an open wound.
Other Information: In each kit, there is elastomer putty (blue), the putty catalyst (white), and measuring scoops for both parts. When storing, keep it at or below 72 degrees Fahrenheit.