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Kato Polyclay & Liquid Polyclay

Buy quality Kato Polyclay, Liquid Polyclay, and Repel Gel from Rings & Things, for high-quality polymer clay creations.

Kato Polyclay brand polymer clay by Van Aken offers superior working properties for cane work. As a stiff clay, it is surprisingly crumble-free and it doesn't get sticky even after continuous handling. Kato also expands your creative possibilities with Liquid Polyclay. You can use this innovative additive as a clay extender, softener, adhesive and finishing coat!

  • Clear Liquid Polyclay also allows you to photo-transfer onto clay, create complex grouting effects, and make colorful glazes that bake and bond to the clay.
  • Kato Repel Gel prevents polymer clay from adhering to itself when cured. Use Repel Gel for making braids, loops, fringe, and more.
  • Generally, soft polymer clays are good for projects that don't involve extensive manipulation. Soft clays (like Sculpey IIIĀ®) start out easier to work with, but can start to blend together and bleed once worked for a while.
  • Stiff polymer clays may start out crumbly when cold, but they manipulate well in the long run. This makes stiff clays (like Kato clay) superior to use for cane work.
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz, Metallic - Pearl (Each)

    $2.11
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Turquoise (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz, Metallic - Gold (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Brown (Each)

    $1.98
    Polymer Clay Basics Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat cured, become permanent and will not return to their original state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers, resins, fillers and colorants. ...
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - Black (Each)

    $10.84
    Polymer Clay Basics Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat cured, become permanent and will not return to their original state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers, resins, fillers and colorants. ...
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - Translucent (Each)

    $10.84
    Polymer Clay Basics Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat cured, become permanent and will not return to their original state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers, resins, fillers and colorants. ...
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - White (Each)

    $10.84
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Green (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 4oz, Color Set - Neutral (Each)

    $4.47
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - Orange (Each)

    $10.20
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - Yellow (Each)

    $10.84
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Black (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Magenta (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - White (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Yellow (Each)

    $1.98
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    Kato Liquid Polyclay, 2oz - Clear (Each)

    $7.00
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    Kato Liquid Polyclay, 8oz - Clear (Each)

    $11.69
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - Blue (Each)

    $10.84
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - Green (Each)

    $10.84
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - Red (Each)

    $10.84
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - Violet (Each)

    $10.20
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Beige (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Blue (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Orange (Each)

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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Red (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Translucent (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Violet (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz, Metallic - Copper (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz, Metallic - Silver (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 4oz, Color Set - Metallic (Each)

    $4.47
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 4oz, Color Set - Warm (Each)

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    Kato Repel Gel, 3/4 oz (Each)

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