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    • Dries in the air (24 hours). Does not need firing in a kiln.
    • It has a fresh, pleasant feel.
    • It is easy to work with and more clay can be added while it is being moulded.
    • It can be painted with plastic paint, varnished, sanded down, sliced, rolled and cut.
    • Ready-to-use wet clay-based dough for modelling.
    • In order to avoid it drying out, store in an airtight container.
    • Doesn’t stick to your hands.
    375.00
    • Ready to use. There is no need to mix it or wait until you can use it.
    • A homogeneous clay that contains just the right amount of water.
    • Does not stain, unlike traditional papier-mâché that is messy to work with.
    • Any clay left over can be put back in its plastic wrapper to prevent it from drying out.
    • Dries in the air (24-48 hours). Does not need firing in a kiln.
    • It has a fresh, pleasant feel.
    • Doesn’t stick to your hands.
    560.00
    • Dries in the air (24 hours). Does not need firing in a kiln.
    • It has a fresh, pleasant feel.
    • It is easy to work with and more clay can be added while it is being moulded.
    • It can be painted with plastic paint, varnished, sanded down, sliced, rolled and cut.
    • Ready-to-use wet clay-based dough for modelling.
    • In order to avoid it drying out, store in an airtight container.
    • Doesn’t stick to your hands.
    375.00