Polymère & Co magazine Nr 31 - september, october & november...
Renaissance Wax 65 mlMetallic jar with screw cap
Polymer Week Magazine 2020 Nr 2Size 23 x 29 cm, 76 pages
Bag of 10 elastomer gel protection finger cots8 longs finger cots and 2...
ABRALON abrasive foam grit 360 dimensions : 115 x 140 mm
Thin Orbits StencilDimensions : about 15 x 15 cm - Thin plastic sheet
Palms StencilDimensions : about 15 x 15 cm - Thin plastic sheet
Python StencilDimensions : about 15 x 15 cm - Thin plastic sheet
Cellulary StencilDimensions : about 13 x 13 cm - Thin plastic sheet
Pretty dots StencilDimensions : about 13 x 13 cm - Thin plastic sheet
Yucatan StencilDimensions : about 13 x 13 cm - Thin plastic sheet
Dots shower StencilDimensions : about 15 x 15 cm - Thin plastic sheet
The FIMO modelling clay is oven-hardening at 110°C/265°F (30 mn for 6 mm thickness)
Odorless, this clay exists in different product ranges : PROFESSIONAL, quiet firm for artists and advanced users, SOFT a softer clay, EFFECT for translucence, metallic, glitter etc., and KIDS developed specifically for children.
Available in standard blocks (57 g/2 oz, 85 g/3 oz) or large blocks (350 g/12.34 oz) The block is pre-divided in 8 parts in an easy to open and reseal package.
The Sculpey modelling polymer clay hardens in oven at 130° C (275° F) 30 mn for 6 mm thickness. This clay is soft, rank 2 on 4 (the firmest) and is easy to condition. Sculpey offers several ranges as : Premo! (standard opaque clay), Sooufflé (innovative, lightweight, suede finish) or Accents (metallic, pearlized, translucent, granit, glitter)
The Sculpey's clays comes in 57 g (2 oz) blocks, and some of them in 227 g (8 oz) blocks and 454 g (1 lb) blocks.
Polymer clay which hardens in the oven at 110°C/230° F to 130°/266° F. The CERNIT clay is very soft, rank 1 on 4 (the firmest),
The FIMO professional clay (former FIMO classic) is avalaible in 24 vibrant colors mixable among themselves and all others FIMO clays. Its kneading time is shorter than for the other clays. Odorless, the clay doesn't stain hands nor working materials. All colors can be mixed tohether.
CERNIT offers 7 ranges : Number One (standard colors and porcelain-like finish), Glamour (perlescent and metallic effects), Translucent, Neon Light (neon colors), Nature (earth and stone effects), Shinny (effects), Doll (suitable for artists and doll makers with shades close to the skin colors)
Avalaible in 56 g (2 oz) blocks, 250 g (8.8 oz) blocks or 500 g (17.6 oz).
The polymer Pardo clays is a high quality clay that can be hardened in a conventional oven (120° C - 248° F durant 30 mn) for designing jewelry and accesories. Pardo Jewelry-clays contain bees wax and premium pigments.
Odorless, they don't stain your hands, all colors are mixable together.
The Kato modelling clay is a co-creation of the famous artist Donna Kato and the american company Van Aken. This clay has been espically designed to meet the requirements of the artists. Its high firmness allows a precise work, for canning or modelling.
The recommended curing temperature for Kato Polyclay is between 275F (135C) and 325F (165C) for 30 minutes.
The clay is available in 16 vivid colors, including pearl and metallic clays. The colors are mixable among themselves and are avalaible in standard blocks (56 g or 2 oz) or large blocks (354 g or 12.5 oz). This clay has a rank 4 on 4 (the firmest) and is, consequently, recommanded for professionals, artists and advanced users. Kato clay does not stain your hands when working. It gives off a plastic odor than can disturb the most sensitive people.
The liquid polymer clay is a fluid polymer,with a gel consistency which hardens when baked at the same temperatures than the polymer clay. It remains flexible after baking. Uselly used translucent, it is also available colored (gold, white, black, silver etc.) et can be included in special projects or as un varnish to protect your creations anf make them shine.
Several brands offer liquid polymer clay, some more fluid or more translucent...