Polymer Clay Talk -  Temperatures while baking your clay... (589 views) Notify me whenever anyone posts in this discussion.Subscribe
 
From: StarGazer (STARGAZERCA) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host1/24/17 5:14 PM 
To: BrickleBears unread  (12 of 12) 
 71371.12 in reply to 71371.8 

I've used a couple Aluminum (recyclable) rectangular pans in a home oven.   put the clay pieces on paper/card stock in the bottom of one pan and then place the other pan upside down over the base pan...  keeps all the plasticizers exiting the clay within the two pans instead of on oven walls when baking the clay.   also use one (or two) external thermometers - in addition to the dial on your oven...  :)

i also like convection ovens with tiles on the bottom...

toaster ovens are designed to make toast...   you know, the little dark edges to make the toast toasty-looking - don't want my clay to look like that...   :)

 
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