Want to have some fun?
Accu-Cast alginates are non-toxic, inexpensive, easy to use, lots of fun and it can make highly detailed molds of just about anything. Alginate is hypo-allergenic and does not stick to skin or hair. Alginate molds have been safely used by millions. Dentists, taxidermists, lifecasters, special effects makeup artists, prosthetists, etc.
"We are now using Accu-Cast alginates in our Special Effects school here at Douglas Education Center (Tom Savini program). It is the best alginate that is currently on the market. The Genesis-V is thick, creamy and easy to apply with very little sagging and basically no air bubbles. Other alginates that we tried would tear easily, but Accu-Cast is very strong." -Douglas Education Center, Monessen, PA
Accu-Cast is an authority on alginate.
Chris & Lucinda Baker have been making Accu-Cast alginates for 25 years. We've devoted our career to making our alginates that DO what our customers WANT them to do. Because there are so many things alginate is good for, we make more different alginate formulas than ANYONE- and we have what you're looking for.
Thank you guys for the exceptional service, from the time I phoned (in a panic to find prosthetic cream in time for my class) to actually receiving the package with special shipping. Everything was just as I needed. I will definitely be buying from you in the future and telling my friends to check you out! Lynn Kaplan
Help me decide
If you're not familiar with Accu-Cast alginates, we'd like to help. This GUIDE will help you decide which of our many formulas will be best for your project. We're also here to help you via phone or email. We want you to be successful because "happy customers are repeat customers".
Since graduating from the Savini program, the only site I've found with the best deals on alginate is Accu-cast. I'm not just saying that either. My alginate of choice is the Genesis V. Whenever someone wants to use alginate for a cast, I send them to your website. I am a customer for life!- James Geiler
What is Alginate?
If you're not sure what alginate IS, we explain it all right here: What the HECK is alginate anyway?