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Polymer clay is a clay-like material made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), plasticizer and pigment. It is available in many colors and brands, with each brand offering its own color palette and properties.

- Polymer clay is generally used for making arts and craft items, and is also used in commercial applications to make decorative parts. Art made from polymer clay can now be found in major museums.

- Polymer clay doesn't shrink or expand as it cures, meaning you can paint it before you bake. Unbaked clay may create a better bond with paint as it cures. Test different types and brands of paint to find the best results.

- Polymer clay also won't shrink while it is hardening, unlike air dry clay. Another important difference is that polymer clay is known to be more durable than air dry clay after baking. Once polymer clay is baked, it is waterproof and long-lasting. Meanwhile, air dry clay has the tendency to dissolve in heat or water.

* What do I need for polymer clay?

- Six Top Tools for Polymer Clay:-

Non-Stick Work Surface. To get started on your clay project, you need a surface to work on.

Acrylic Roller. For some projects, you need to make your clay flat and smooth.

Sharp Knife Tool.

Modeling Tools.

Wet/Dry Sandpaper.

Tool Organizer.

Oven (60 min).

Polymer Clay Green Color

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