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CERNIT Polymer Paste, Translucent White, 500 g

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Place a layer of translucent white on your project with Cernit Number One to give them some clarity. Once sanded, the piece acquires a varnished look. The range also contains a phosphorescent colour that gives originality to your pieces. The translucent range comes in 56g, 250 and 500g. Like all polymer clays, Cernit should not be baked at a higher temperature than recommended. Preheat your oven to 110-130 ° C and bake for 30 minutes. In this article I'll do an overview of all the translucent polymer clays I could get hold of. I'll go into the advantages and disadvantages of each brand to give you a broad picture of what the different brands are like and what they are best used for. As we are an independent shop within the Garden Centre, our opening times differ from the garden centre. The Cernit clay polymerises between 110 and 130°C (230-266°F) in a preheated oven. Baking time is 30 minutes. The temperature should be respected as harmful gases could develop and the colour could be corrupted. I only started working with Premo white translucent polymer clay recently, but I’ve already learned to love it. It has to be one of my favorite translucent polymer

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Cernit does not contain any phthalates. Children should not be left without a watch while using the clay. This product must not be put in the mouth and we advise washing hands after each use.

Cernit Polymer Clay has the widest range of translucent colors - see the Blue Bottle Tree review at Colored Translucent Polymer Clay When you are done baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, varnished according to the finish you like. For polishing, start with sanding the clay with fine-grain sandpaper. Finish with a polisher to get a maximum glossy effect. The clay could lose some of the glossiness. Then, it has to be polished again. The result will be the same as with varnish. However, the varnish will resist the rubbing and does not need to be applied again. Sculpey III is an inexpensive hobby clay that is disliked by serious polymer clay artists, so I was not surprised at its poor performance. I’ll leave working qualities for another day. But for now, it’s obvious how this is a strongly colored, quite opaque clay. Premo Translucent However, each of the translucent clays reviewed has its own strengths and weaknesses. You should aim to try them all out to see which one you are most comfortable using for different polymer clay projects. It will be well worth the effort.

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The less clear brands of translucent polymer clay work nicely for faux stone effects and to give a less chalky effect to your colors.Cernit Translucent: 14 transparent colours and one glow-in-the-dark colour. This range is very popular among artists due to its amazing transparency. This range is available in 56g, 250g and 500g (Translucent). Cernit Shiny: 14 colours in 56g, highly concentrated in coloured mica that contrast with the colours of the clay. The shiny is different from the glamour due to the thinness of the glitter in it and the effects of the colour. These colours are perfect for jewellery as they have a pretty metallic effect together with coloured hints.

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