Number One Polymer Clay – Cernit
Cernit is a modelling polymer clay that contains PVC and plasticizer and must be baked to harden the clay. Polymerising happens during baking and that is when the clay hardens. Polymer clay can be used by children from 8 years up. It is used for making decorative items such as jewellery (earrings, bracelets, pendants…), figurines, accessories, miniature food or even for customisation and restoration of furniture. Children as well as adults or professional artisans or jewellery makers can use this polymer clay.
- After baking and sanding, the creations have a glossy finish.
- Baked Cernit keeps some flexibility, it does not break easily. It is the perfect match for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewellery that needs to keep certain flexibility.
- The wide colour range allows beginners to have a large choice and the mixable colours make even more colours and effects possible.
- Cernit does not stain hands or tools.
- Even during baking, Cernit is odourless.
- Cernit can be moulded, sculpted, with or without tools, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, powders, paints.
- Once the packaging is open, Cernit can be stored in that same package or a plastic wrap, at a normal temperature. It will keep for about 3 months.