In this video I’ll show you how to condition polymer clay, with a few tips on how to make the process quick and easy.
Conditioning polymer clay warms it up, gets the plasticizers moving and makes it
easier to work with. It stops your clay from crumbling and cracking while you work with
it. Even if your clay feels soft you should always condition it. It’s an
important step to making sure that you get the best results from your polymer clay.
In this polymer clay tutorial I’ll show you how to
condition Premo, Kato and Fimo Professional. These brands are completely
different from one another, and each requires a different conditioning process.
For instance, Kato will need a good wack with a mallet before it even goes near your pasta machine, while Premo can be conditioned by
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