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Scarva Earthstone Air Drying Clay ES950 - 12.5Kg bags From £29.16
Suitable for schools that may not have a kiln as it drys by air, Earthstone Air-Drying clay provides an ideal opportunity for pupils to experiment and create with clay. This clay has unrivalled strength and plasticity. The super-fine particle size allows model makers to produce very detailed forms. It can be decorated with acrylic paints and clear varnish giving excellent results.
Not suitable for children under 5 years.
NOT FOOD SAFE
There are 6 reviews with an average rating of 4.83
Mary from United Kingdom05 June 2016 23:06
Although it takes a while to work down, i.e. to remove some of the moisture which is necessary before modelling begins or your hands are caked in it, the surface finish is excellent. I have been firing my finished items, to give them some durability, to show others what a wide range of items/sculpture can be made from this clay.
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner27 November 2022 16:45
Lovely clay to use. Very fine. Easy to work with and remould. Dried with good smooth surface. Very pleased. Prompt delivery time too. Thank you
Lesley from United Kingdom asks
Could you tell me what is this clay actually made from? I Have seen similar products which refer to it as ceramic clay that needs no firing or cold porcelain...
Lorraine McClean from Ireland asks
Hello, can this clay be used for throwing on a pottery wheel? Is it more difficult with this clay, for a beginner? Many thanks
oresteia from Greece asks
How much working time has this air dry clay? How much it shrinks after drying? And after how much time it goes completely dry? Is it after dry, waterproof and durable? Thanks!
Mags from United Kingdom asks
Hi what colour is air drying clay once dried?thanks
Jillian from United Kingdom asks
Could you post a link to the College Buff SCB you mentioned above which is also good for wheel throwing? Thanks
steve from United Kingdom asks
What happens to air dried clay if you put it in a kiln and fire it?
Glenda from United Kingdom asks
Does the burning off of the fibres create smoke? or very toxic fumes? I would like to use an electric kiln which has the normal ventilation itself but the kiln is sited in a small room - possibly near to smoke detectors. Please can you provide as much information as possible.
Ruth from United Kingdom asks
I don't want to fire my item but want to glaze it. Which product/s would recommend please?
Carol from United Kingdom asks
Is it possible to add colour to the clay before building an object - if so what would be the best coloring medium to use ?
Pam from United Kingdom asks
How long will this clay last once dried? obviously a fired clay would last indefinitely, I just wondered if this disintigrates or crumbles in time because it isn't fired and how robust it is. Thank You Pam.