Liquid Sculpey 30ml (1oz) - Glow in the Dark
This fun glow-in-the-dark liquid polymer clay will give a bright glow to your jewelry and home décor projects! Liquid Sculpey polymer clay is a versatile product that can be used in Sculpey oven-safe silicone molds, used as grout, for window clings and so much more! So simple to use, it's perfect for beginners and skilled clay artists alike!
This bright glowing clay can be used with any other favorite Liquid Sculpey colors to create a truly infinite number of unique looks. The twist cap allows precise flow control. Gently stir before using. It's strong and flexible after baking so it's perfect for home décor, jewellery, scrapbooking components and much more. 30mL / 1 fl oz.
- Works perfectly with Sculpey® Silicone Bakeable Molds and building by baking and re-baking layers
- Can be coloured with alcohol-based inks before or after baking
- Holds a crisp, clean line
- Great for detailing miniature pieces and for “drawing” with clay
- To thin: Add Sculpey® Clay Softener until desired consistency is reached
- To thicken – add mica powder and stir until desired consistency is reached *Please note adding mica may cause the color to change
- Image transfer: Spread thin layer on image. Bake according to instructions. Remove from oven and soak in water for 5 minutes. Gently rub off paper with fingers
- Twist cap for precise flow control – open completely to fill mold. Open half way for other detail work.
- Gently stir before using.
- Strong and flexible after baking making it perfect for home décor, jewelry, scrapbooking and beyond.
- To thin - add Sculpey® Clay Softener until desired consistency is reached.
- To thicken – pour into a cup and let sit out overnight
- Add items such as glitter, spices, dried flowers and metal pieces to add interest to your creations before baking!
- Excellent leveling properties, which allow it to be baked in sheets and poured into jewelry findings.
Liquid Bakeable Mediums do not give off toxic chemicals during the curing process. However, you will experience a slight odor and smoking which is non-hazardous. To minimise this, we suggest using an oven hood fan and if you are using molds only bake one at a time. We always recommend using an oven thermometer. Many times, ovens are not calibrated accurately, and are actually hotter than the temperature set on the dial. Just pre-heat your oven for 15-20 minutes which should be long enough to reach the temperature on the oven thermometer needed to cure your project.