The textile and decoration hardener par excellence! Dip natural materials, such as cotton, silk, wool, rayon, burlap, leather, dried moss etc. in Paverpol and it will become rock hard. The thicker the fiber the harder it will be after curing. Paverpol dries fast, but slowly enough to allow plenty of working time. After it has hardened, you have created a beautiful decoration or sculpture, which can be used indoors as well as outdoors. It is possible to combine Paverpol with paper, self-hardening clay, glass, wood, plaster, pottery, etc.
Paverpol adheres very well to almost all materials, except plastic. It might stick to it but won't "penetrate" the object. This means it will just "lay"on top of it and the two layers could separate easily when it gets damaged or bumped into.
Paverpol International is a Dutch company owned by Daaf Schipper. Paverpol International was funded by Jossy and Jan de Roode who have been owners until 2014. Both Jossy and Jan work as the leading trainers for Paverpol courses all over the world.
Paverpol has a "safety seal" both in Europe and North America. The American AP Safety label is worldwide known as the best