Slightly softer than other Cernit clays, the Translucent is particularly appreciated.
For example, Rubis is perfect for creating raspberries! When baking, you notice that the colour becomes partly transparent. This gives a very realistic effect. Leave the clay as it is or sand it to obtain a different smooth effect and even more transparent!
Once sanded and polished, the translucent colours look like the precious stones they are named after! Sapphire, Amber … The transparency is so impressive that you will not believe your eyes!
Place a layer of translucent white on your achievements in Cernit Number One to give them some clarity. Once the translucent sanded, you would believe that the piece is varnished!
Recommendations for Use
- Always work with clean hands and on a clean surface.
- Begin by kneading the clay to warm and soften it.
- A variety of tools and objects can be used to cut, shape, emboss, and form the clay.
- Pigments and powders can be added to the clay for effect.
- To harden the clay, pre-heat an electric oven to 100-130 degrees Celsius.
- Can be baked for a maximum of 30 minutes.
- Do not microwave the polymer clay!
- Once hardened, the clay can be sanded, filed, drilled, cut, or polished.
- Hardened clay can be painted with a variety of paints and varnishes.
- Polymer Clay should be used under direct adult supervision.
- Polymer Clay should never be put in the mouth.
- Do not exceed the maximum 130℃ baking temperature, or dangerous fumes could be released.
- Clean all tools and work surfaces thoroughly when work is complete.
- Wash hands thoroughly after working with polymer clay.
- Do not eat, drink, or smoke while working with polymer clay.