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You can rehydrate even bone dry clay. There are many videos online for how to do this. A good one is Rehydrating Hard Clay the Even Easier Way. There are several methods, but an easy one involves just preparing the block of clay and then leaving it alone for three or four days while it rehydrates. You add an appropriate amount of water to a plastic bag ...


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I have some suggestions, since I stopped using air dry clay for similar reasons to yours. Paper clay, or even plaster embedded in cloth, is fun! These will need armatures since they drape and harden. Armatures could be made out of coated cardboard, aluminum foil, used plastic bottles, wire, something that won't mold on you when wet. You really just need a ...


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This question is premised on a particular cement product that could be handled like clay but appeared to dry looking like poured concrete. It turns out that is not the case. So the "simplest" answer is that the question is based on bad assumptions. However, depending on actual requirements, the objective of the question could have full or ...


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Crayola Air Dry Clay Composition Crayola Air Dry Clay is a proprietary formulation and Crayola is very secretive about the composition. They say it is a natural earth clay. From the MSDS, it's clear that it contains some amount of organic material that might be added to control handling characteristics or act as a binder. They say not to try to bake it or ...


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