Sculpey® Liquid Bakeable Clay

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Sculpey® Liquid Bakeable Clay

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Sculpey® Liquid Bakeable Clay

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This bakeable liquid polymer clay shares many of the same properties as solid polymer clay, but has numerous unique and unexpected possibilities. It's perfect for all types of clay projects, including tile grouting, painting designs on clay projects, filling carving pieces, detailing bezels and more. It's also great for use in Sculpey bakeable molds (sold separately).
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple colors
  • 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)
This bakeable liquid polymer clay shares many of the same properties as solid polymer clay, but has numerous unique and unexpected possibilities. It's perfect for all types of clay projects, including tile grouting, painting designs on clay projects, filling carving pieces, detailing bezels and more. It's also great for use in Sculpey bakeable molds (sold separately).
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple colors
  • 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)
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This bakeable liquid polymer clay shares many of the same properties as solid polymer clay, but has numerous unique and unexpected possibilities. It's perfect for all types of clay projects, including tile grouting, painting designs on clay projects, filling carving pieces, detailing bezels and more. It's also great for use in Sculpey bakeable molds (sold separately).
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple colors
  • 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)
This bakeable liquid polymer clay shares many of the same properties as solid polymer clay, but has numerous unique and unexpected possibilities. It's perfect for all types of clay projects, including tile grouting, painting designs on clay projects, filling carving pieces, detailing bezels and more. It's also great for use in Sculpey bakeable molds (sold separately).
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple colors
  • 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)
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Sculpey® Liquid Bakeable Clay is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to work with First off, wonderful product by sculpt. Basically, it is liquid polymer clay (liquid plastic) with either a silver, pearl, gold or transparent tint -depending on which one you buy. I own and love them all! But in this review we are talking about the silver liquid sculpt. I mainly use it for mold work because the liquid clay gets into all of the nooks and cranies of the mold easily. Bake it in the mold. The instructions say to bake your mold first, but I found that disrupts the flow of the clay into the mold, so it becomes harder to work with. It's ok pre-heated if all you are doing is the silver color and more detailed work. But -if you preheat and you have an air bubble that instantly baked in, well, bye bye piece. So I prefer to work with the unheated mold because it offers more control. Pour the silver liquid sculpty the mold, and try to avoid air bubbles. If you run a toothpick through your filled mold, it helps a lot. Then I put my filled mold on a nice folded piece of tinfoil and slip it into my toaster over -which is outside because liquid sculpty stinks when you bake it. And, btw, I do not use either my toaster oven or mold for food. It becomes craft only when clay touches it. Safety first! Keep an oven thermoter to be sure your oven is actually at the temp you need it to be, in this case 275 degrees. I bake it for 15 min per 1/4 inch thickness. Bring it out of oven and let it cool before you pop it out of the mold. The is always excess you will need to trim off, and a pair of super sharp very pointy scissors or nail clipper works best. No exacto knife skills will work on the baked liquid sculpty. then you can use your piece as is or use sculpty bake and bond to adhere it to your polymer clay project. Hope this helps!
Date published: 2017-10-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wish you carried clear as well I originally went to get the new sculpey clear liquid clay. But there was no spot on the shelf for the clear. I purchased the pearl instead, hoping that it would work. I used it to make a lantern panel that I make out of polymer clay. After baking it has a nice pearl color but because of the mica in it there are swirls in the finished product. Overall it is a nice product but I am still waiting to purchase the clear.
Date published: 2017-09-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Look up tips and hints for best results. Do the following to avoid air pockets pitting the surface of your molded metallic Liquid Sculpey. If using a silicone type mold, such as Sculpey's silicone bezel molds, use a clean, dry mold and warm it in oven at polymer clay temperature, remove empty mold from oven, then fill the warm mold with your Liquid Sculpey starting with the outer/deeper parts first. Do not overfill. Once filled, tap molds to release bubbles and pop them with a toothpick. Bake on a level surface per manufacturer's instructions. Sculpey has online information specific to this product and how to use it. There are also some youtube videos that show you how. Be gentle taking this clay out of mold once cured or it can rip. It has limited flexibility. You can bake this clay right in Sculpey's bezel molds! Items such as polymer clay details or rhinestones can be glued on after this liquid metallic clay has been baked and cooled. You can use a superglue or E6000, just to name two possible glues to use with polymer clay, to glue items to your bezels or other molded items, should you choose to do do.
Date published: 2016-07-11
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