100% Biodegradable & Reusable.

TACTIPLAST is a REUSABLE highly versatile and adaptable super glow and pigmented thermo-bioplastic, which softens to a mouldable putty when heated and cures into a shock absorbing strong plastic when set. Our Europium infused super-glows and beautifully pigmented plastics are perfect for EDC modifications, tactical use, and DIY repairs. For the professional and the hobbyist.

REASONS FOR TACTIPLAST

HEAT

HEAT your TACTIPLAST in hot water until it softens into a workable putty.

SHAPE

SHAPE to your liking.

CURE

CURES slowly as you work it and fully cures within minutes into a rigid strong shock-proof plastic.

USE

USE TACTIPLAST for on-the-go fixing or to create something totally unique and custom to meet your needs. TACTIPLAST® Europium series glows brightly, to maximize glow output just shine a UV light on your creation for two minutes to charge and excite the Europium.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

TactiPlast Super-Glow

Europium infused for ultimate DIY Super-Glow in the dark applications.

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TactiPlast Pigmented

Beautifully Pigmented TactiPlast.

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  • FREE SHIPPING

    It couldn't be more simple. We ship free Canada and USA wide on any order over $30.00, we also ship world-wide!

  • STRONG

    Performs under pressure, TactiPlast doesn't suffer from stage fright. Once hardened it can bear some serious weight.

  • REUSABLE

    Use it over and over and over and ov...you get the point.

  • GLOWS

    Glow big or Glow home. It's Europium infused, making it perfect for night time, tactical applications, and awesome custom glowing things. Modify anything, tinker with TACTIPLAST and get creative, you can never have too much glow.

  • BIOPLASTIC

    100% bioplastic goodness. This means no waste, TactiPlast is a completely compostable plastic.

  • ADAPTABLE

    Fix everything around you! Customize anything you'd like. It can be attached and formed to anything, superior bonding with other plastics, too!

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DIY IN MINUTES

Brought to you by one of our awesome community members @OwlFarmsEDC shows you his method with working TactiPlast into a silicone mold.