Air Dry Clay Color Mixing Tutorial
- Adjusting to the clay: If you're new to professional-grade clay, you may find it slightly firmer than regular clay. After an initial adjustment period, you'll appreciate its superior moldability.
- Climate considerations:
- In cold and dry regions during winter, the clay may feel drier and harder. Warm it up or add a small amount of water or hand cream for improved texture.
- In hot and humid regions during summer, the clay may feel stickier or softer. Refrigerate it briefly or allow it to air dry slightly before use.
- Personal preference: Everyone's tactile experience and preferences are different. Try different brands in small quantities to find the clay that suits you best.
No baking required. Simply let the clay air dry.
Once opened, the clay can be used for up to one year, making it suitable for long-term projects. Store unopened clay in a cool, shaded area to maintain its quality.