Video #774: Watch today’s video to find out why this Scribbles Paint compatibility test actually took 4 years to complete.
Video #770: This dimensional ink product works just fine on baked Premo Sculpey polymer clay, as long as it is properly heat set.
Video #765: And how to test for polymer compatibility when the plastics are not marked with any of the known recycling symbols.
Video #755: The purpose of this test was to see how premo polymer clay holds up when submerged in snowglobe glycerin water.
Video #743: Pinata Alcohol Inks mixed with Sculpey Liquid Bakeable Clay, Kato Liquid Polyclay, Fimo Liquid Gel and TLS.
Video #730: Let’s see if the inks from these Japanese scrapbooking brushes are compatible with polymer clay, or not.
Video #710: See how this product went from a round one “Fail” … to a very cool “Yes” … in today’s Polymer Clay… 8
Video #708: Translucent Liquid Sculpey (TLS) vs Sculpey Bake & Bond vs Kato Liquid Polyclay vs Fimo Liquid Gel.
Video #704: So far so good… my tests with this products applied to Premo Sculpey are positive. No compatibility issues at all.
Video #694: The answer is YES… Gorilla Glue creates a super strong and long-lasting bond when attaching metal to polymer clay.
Video #661: Mine did! But don’t fret… here’s why it happens… and more importantly… here is what you can do about it.
Video #640: I used Premo translucent polymer clay to test for strength and clarity… watch the video to see my results.
Video #632: Although this product did not react negatively with Premo clay… it also did not adhere very well to my test samples.
Video #619: My test sample has sat for a few months now, without any issues showing up in regards to polymer clay compatibility.
Video #618: My tests with Patina Vintage inks on both baked and raw polymer clay… neither one worked out very well.
Video #615: If you want to try the Madam Glam UV Gel for yourself, there is a 30% discount coupon posted just under… 10
Video #604: After 5 months, the Pebeo Prisme & Moon products are showing good compatibility with my test polymer samples.
Video #546: Comparing four different Souffle Clay sample thicknesses, each baked at 30 minutes and at 60 minutes.
Video #536: It’s harder than other shiny coatings I’ve tested on polymer clay… and is water-based, so clean-up is nice and easy.
Video #535: Four month test results show that this varnish product is compatible with Premo Polymer Clay (so far).
Video #509: Taking a look at the color mixing and baking properties of this “made-for-kids” brand of polymer clay.
Video #497: Yes it’s compatible with Premo Sculpey. A very comparable product to Aleen’s Jewelry Gel.