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About Paverpol

Paverpol was originally

developed in the 1990's by a group of artists in the Netherlands to make large outdoor objects for amusement parks and carnival floats. It was immediately popular because of its rock-like hardness when cured, and the fact that it is non-toxic and water based, unlike hardeners available at that time. Paverpol's many applications have encouraged many individuals to express themselves in a creative way. 

Paverpol can be used to make all sorts of materials rock-hard, such as textiles, paper, chamois leather, fiberglass, self-hardening clay and all kinds of natural materials. It will adhere to wood, ceramics, plaster, concrete, stone and all natural fibers.

You can find out more on the website by clicking below on Explore. 

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