Slightly softer than other Cernit clays
When baking, you notice that the color becomes partly transparent. This gives a very realistic effect. Leave the clay as it is or sand it to obtain a different smooth effect and even more transparent!
Once sanded and polished, the translucent colors look like the precious stones they are named after! Sapphire, Amber ...
Place a layer of translucent white on your polymer clay creations in Cernit Number One to give them some clarity. Once the translucent sanded, you would believe that the piece is varnished!
The range also contains a phosphorescent (glow-in-the-dark) color that gives originality to your pieces.
How is Cernit Translucent baked?
Like all polymer clays, Cernit should no be baked at a higher temperature than our recommendations! Preheat your oven to 110-130 ° C and bake for 30 minutes.
Cernit polymer clay is manufactured in Wandre, Belgium.