Simulated Bone Wax has a realistic natural white color and firm, yet pliable texture to create jagged bone fragments or exposed cranial matter.
It is ideal for creating realistic injury effects and recommended for use in disaster simulation training.
Caution: Keep away from children. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. Cap tightly.
Remove Bone Wax from container with a utensil like our Wooden Modeling Tool (MT-1) or Metal Spatula (SP-1).
Pre-shape with fingers into irregular broken bone.
Insert simulated bone fragment with jagged edge exposed into prosthetic wound. You can create a torn or lacerated wound on a bony surface with Nose & Scar Wax.
Seal the edges of wax with Clear Latex, apply setting powder, and apply a thin layer of Castor Sealer to prep for coloring.
Apply Stage Blood at wound penetration. Apply irregular Fresh Scab texture along wound opening with coarse-pore stipple sponge.
Finish with FX Creme Colors.
Remove with modeling tool.
Clean skin with Spirit Gum Remover, Quick Cleanse, or soap & water.
TALC, CERA MICROCRISTALLINA (MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX), PEROLATUM, ROSIN, PHENOXYETHANOL
MAY CONTAIN (+/-): CI NO. 77489, 77491, 77492, 77499, 77891 (IRON OXIDES, TITANIUM DIOXIDE)
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