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Cernit is a natural clay mixed with plastic and is known as an oven ceramic. The clay is soft and easy to work, right out of the package. When kneading the clayto its extreme softness, it does not stick to your hands or fingers. Overkneading the clay makes the Cernit clay become too soft to control and shaping of your creations can be difficult. Thecolored clay does not stain your palms. If you are creating a very small miniature, you can also harden the clay byboiling it in water. The process of boiling to harden the clay cannot be done with other clay. Cernit hardens by bakingfor only 15 to 30 minutes at low temperature(132 degrees C). When hard Cernit can be sanded, carved or filed. No other polymer clay will give the translucence of Cernit. And its high tensile strength allows you to work with the thinnest pieces imaginable. Finished projects haveawarmth and realism impossible to achieve with other clays. Cernit is Phthalate free.

Cernit is a popular clay among doll-makers because of its translucent quality and the porcelain-like finish it hasafter curing.

Cernit can be used for all of your polymer clay modelling needs, including bead making with AMACO Bead Rollers.