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Epoxy Clay Fine Detail Air Dry

3 ounces total of White Epoxy Clay. Both colors mixed together make white . :) You can paint your pieces or add pigment powder to Part A prior to mixing to create other colors. :)

You get 1.5 ounces of part A and 1.5 ounces of part B for a total of 3 ounces. Keep your lid on tight. Mix only enough for your current project. Keep the rest tightly sealed in container. I also put my containers in little zip lock bags for added protection. :)

Epoxy Clay Air Dry Clay that picks up the most amazing detail in the molds!!

A two-part epoxy clay specifically designed for modelers, crafters and sculptors alike.

This two part epoxy clay is self-hardening synthetic clay designed to capture fine detail. Works absolutely wonderfully with silicone molds!! No mold release needed. Picks up every tiny detail in the mold!

It has an extended working time, about an hour. It tools and sands to a glass smooth finish and can be buffed to a satin sheen. It adheres to almost any surface, especially plastics. I would wear a mask when sanding or cutting your finished artwork so as not to inhale dust from sanding.

No shrinkage, high strength and waterproof
Self-hardening. Simply mix equal parts by volume to use Amazing Sculpt
Working time is about 1 hour depending on room temperature, 24 hour cure
Stays soft in the containers for years
Will not delaminate from itself or other resin like polyurethanes
Does not flake, chip, crack or peel. Very useful when using rotary tools.
Add dry pigment powder for other colors
Can be painted with acrylic, enamel, oil, pastels
Able to build upon itself in layers without a seam line
Holds fine details during cure.
Bonds to most plastics including Vinyl.
Cured hardness is that of most polyurethane resins
Extended shelf life. Stays soft in containers even at -20 F.
Freeze/Thaw stable.

What is the proper way to mix?
Designed to be mixed at a 1 to 1 ratio. Start by taking equal portions by volume of Parts A & B. It helps to form each part into a ball. Place both parts side by side and adjust the amount of resin or hardener until both portions are the same size. Mix by combining both parts into a single ball, then into it into a snake shape. Fold it in half and form a ball. Repeat process until you have a uniform color.

Do I need to wear disposable gloves?
Yes, it is recommended to wear gloves when mixing parts A & B.

Can It be painted?
Yes, you can use a variety of paints including acrylic, enamel, oil and/or pastels. I even use watercolor markers. Wiping off excess paint. Before painting, clean the surface of your artwork with alcohol to remove dirt, oil and fingerprints.

Does it come in other colors?
Currently, I have it in whitel. You can create your own colors by adding dry pigment powder to Part A. If you want a lighter or darker color, add colored pigment powder to part A. It only takes a little pigment to color so don't overdo it.

I want to put a glaze on my piece. Can I bake it in the oven?
Yes, you can bake cured pieces up to 350 degrees F, but try baking a test piece before baking your artwork.

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