Liquid Polyclays should be cured at 300F (150C) for 20 minutes for a matte finish. To create a glossier finish, cure for an additional 10 minutes at 350F (177C), or wave a heat gun over project until desired glossiness is achieved. Do not inhale fumes and never cure above 350F (177C) or allow Liquid Polyclay to come in contact with an open flame.
Liquid Polyclay helps you do more with Kato Polyclay. It works as an extender, softener, adhesive and finish coat. Now you can do photo-transfers or complex grouting effects. Kato Clear Medium is thin enough to even out easily and can be worked in multiple layers – building images slowly as you add layers. Add paints, ink or dry pigments to make colorful glazes that bake and bond to polyclay.