Cernit Pearl polymer clay
Cernit Pearl polymer clay
Cernit Pearl contains a lot of mica powder so super shiny
1 unit of polymer clay
several choices are available to you
How to use Cernit polymer clay?
Once unpacked, the clay should be kneaded in the palm of the hand before starting the modeling so that it is softer and easier to work with. Clay should also be used with clean hands on a clean surface to prevent any dirt or dust from getting into the clay.
There are as many uses as one could imagine! Cernit can be molded, sculpted, with or without tools, printed or mixed with stones, beads, feathers, powders, paints...
How to fire Cernit polymer clay?
Cernit clay cures between 110 and 130°C (230-266°F) in a preheated oven. The cooking time is 30 minutes. The temperature must be observed unless harmful gases develop and the color is corrupted.
Be careful, this clay cannot be cooked in the microwave! After firing, the clay is waterproof. Also, it can be fired multiple times if you want to add bits to your work.
When you are done firing, the clay can still be worked. It can be sanded, drilled, varnished according to the finish you like. For polishing, start by gently sanding the clay with a fine-grit sandpaper. Finish with a polisher for maximum shine. After a while, if it rubs the clothes, the clay might lose some of the shine. Then it needs to be polished again. The result will be the same as with varnish. However, the varnish will resist rubbing off and does not need to be reapplied.
As soon as your piece of clay is fired and perhaps polished, you can still work on it by adding acrylic paints, oil paints, mica powders or varnish.
Why should you buy Cernit polymer clay?
After baking and sanding, the creations have a glossy finish
Cooked the Cernit keeps a certain flexibility, it does not break easily. This is an important asset for certain specific works. Thanks to this amazing flexibility, Cernit stands out from the competition. It's your perfect combination for creating flowers, claspless bracelets, or other fine jewelry that needs flexibility.
The wide range of colors allows beginners to have a wide choice. For experienced polymerists, the colors can be mixed making even more colors and effects possible. The primary colors are also available in larger packs (500g) to create your own color mix.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools
Even during cooking, Cernit is odorless
Cernit is more flexible than the competition
Our Cernit does not contain any phthalates. Children should not be left unattended when using clay. This product should not be put in the mouth and we advise you to wash your hands after each use.
You should not eat, flirt or smoke in an area that is dictated to the modeling of Cernit.