I get a lot of questions like "wtf my clay ate through my plastic case" or "why is my clay so soft!!" so I decided to do a quick little
guide going over what makes clay hard/soft and how to store it properly and keep it from going to goo!
I explained things the best I could using the knowledge I've gained in the past year or so working with polymer clays. If anything is grossly incorrect or if you have something important to add don't hesitate to comment. MANY MORE TUTORIALS HERE: [link] EDIT
has some easy to understand tips on plastic picking in this comment here: [link]
so check it out!
It's also worth mentioning polymer clay can also strip the varnish/finish off wood! I work on a wood table, so I can tell you first hand that it does damage wood with a shiny finish.
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