Polymer Clay Talk -  Mixing Kato Liquid and Fimo (89 views) Notify me whenever anyone posts in this discussion.Subscribe
 
From: TinyHomeJan-17 12:01 PM 
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I want to mix Kato liquid (which cures at 300 degrees) and fimo clay (which cures at 265 degrees) to make "icing" to finish my dollhouse pastries (made from fimo). Will fimo burn if I bake at 300 degrees? Will kato liquid cure if I only bake at 265 degrees?

 

I would buy the liquid fimo but it is out of stock on amazon...

 
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From: aramina5 DelphiPlus Member IconJan-19 3:53 PM 
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I think it will not be cured. However, you might try a sample on scrap to see. That's my usual way to find out. There are few "absolutes" in working with polymer...however curing time is likely one of those. 

Best luck on your project! 

 

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