Sculpey Flex and Bleached Premo
- In message <email@example.com>, UKPolyClay@onelist.com writes
>Sue: I am writing from the states to inquire of a clay that once cured hasKatherine, you must mean Sculpey Flex. It is made by Polyform in Chicago
>a very lot of flexibility.
and you can get it by mail order from many of the online suppliers such
as the Clay Factory at http://www.clayfactoryinc.com/
And the other question:
>Seu do you think of supliing bleach premo i never workt with it but someoneHello Nat, yes I know this clay. It is only available from the Clay
>send me some from the u.s.a
Factory (see above) and is not part of the Premo range. It is only
available in 450gm blocks. I have been told that it does not have the
safety clearance for Europe which is why it is not being imported at
present. I am sure you could order direct from the Clay Factory
yourself. I will not be able to stock it here at the Clay Pit unless it
get safety clearance, for obvious reasons.
My tests on Translucent clays show that the new Fimo Classic 00 is a
very good transparent clay - not quite as see-through as Premo but
whiter. It is based on the old favourite, Art Translucent. So you might
give that one a try out - I find it similar to bleached Premo
translucent, and at least it is easily available in Europe!