Air Dry & Self-Hardening

Self-hardening clay, also known as air-dried, air-hardening or non-firing clay, is perfect for beginners or anyone without a kiln. It can be used for handbuilding, throwing and sculpting. Self-hardening clay usually dries hard within several days to a durable surface, which may be painted with acrylic paints or non-fired glazes. It is important to remember that they are not meant to replace kiln-fired ceramic clay and cannot be used to produce functional products. The products produced with this clay are purely for decorative purposes only. It cannot be fired and cannot hold liquid unless sealed on the inside.

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    Amaco Marblex Air Dry Clay - Image 1
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    Amaco Mexican Pottery Clay - Image 1
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    Minnesota Clay Rainbow Air-Dry Clay, Black - Image 1
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    Minnesota Clay Rainbow Air-Dry Clay, Green - Image 4
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    Minnesota Clay Rainbow Air-Dry Clay, Orange - Image 1
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    Minnesota Clay Rainbow Air-Dry Clay, White - Image 1
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    Minnesota Clay Rainbow Air-Dry Clay, Yellow - Image 1
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    Minnesota Clay Rainbow Air-Dry Clay, Six Colors - Image 1

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