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From: mkirkwag18/25/13 12:32 PM 
To: jes1126  (9 of 13) 
 70590.9 in reply to 70590.4 
Hey, jes1126 - doesn't Future turn yellow over time?
 
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From: jes11268/28/13 2:25 AM 
To: mkirkwag1  (10 of 13) 
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Not that I have experienced. But, then, I haven't been working with polymer clay more than a few years. From what I've read, it is the gloss of choice to protect the baked clay and to make a nice glossy finish. The finished pieces feel so smooth, too!
 

 
From: mkirkwag18/28/13 9:26 AM 
To: jes1126 unread  (11 of 13) 
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It's seemed to go out of fashion, with complaints of yellowing. It could be that the new formulation doesn't yellow, but the old one did. A lot of people stuck with it, though. The most popular finish at this point seems to be varathane, though there are a lot of others. I only use varathane and resin now.
 

 
From: gingersblue8/28/13 2:09 PM 
To: pamcarr2532  (12 of 13) 
 70590.12 in reply to 70590.6 
It is. It's really fantastic stuff. Also, don't use nail polish. It will make clay sticky as well.

 

 
From: Leigh (SINCERELEIGH) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host9/18/13 10:00 AM 
To: pamcarr2532  (13 of 13) 
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I made a wreath out of leaves about 10 years ago and it's still not sticky and I covered every leaf wity KRYLON TRIPLE THICK spray, I still use it today, but I must say that I sprayed it over chalks and Pearl-ex so I might not have spryed directly on the clay, but it's still perfect like the day I made it except for about 8 years of dust!!!<G>
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