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From: Tenji200042/8/06 10:59 AM 
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 34.1 
I need to know if you can make your own liquid polymer clay?  If so how?  Thanks Tenji 20004
 
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From: Leigh (SINCERELEIGH) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/9/06 12:51 AM 
To: Tenji20004  (2 of 5) 
 34.2 in reply to 34.1 

Hi, I have NEVER heard of making your own polymer clay, liquid or solid, I have a feeling that there are just too many chemicals, but I could be wrong!!!

If someone doesn't come by with a good answer soon, please go up to Poly's riendLEIGH Forums and click on Polymer Clay Central, then ask the same question over there, I'm pretty sure you'll get a very fast aswer!!!

 

Hope this helps!

SincereLEIGH,
meigh

 

 
From: Tenji200042/12/06 12:49 AM 
To: Leigh (SINCERELEIGH) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (3 of 5) 
 34.3 in reply to 34.2 
I don't want to actually make it I wondered if you could add water to some clay and make it work like slip in pttery  which is water with clay to form a bond between two clay objects
 

 
From: Leigh (SINCERELEIGH) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/12/06 8:52 PM 
To: Tenji20004  (4 of 5) 
 34.4 in reply to 34.3 

Ah!! FOr that there actually is a Liquid Polymer Clay, that you can use for alot of things, which you can buy ready made. It can do many things, including helping to bond raw clay with baked clay, like holding the arms on a doll until its all baked together!!!

Does that help???

SincereLEIGH,
meigh

 

 
From: evrydaydrm11/6/09 5:16 AM 
To: Tenji20004 unread  (5 of 5) 
 34.5 in reply to 34.1 
No, you can't make your own liquid polymer clay. It's a special formula. You can buy it usually at any place that sells polymer clay.
 

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