There is nothing more lovely than a beautifully sanded polymer clay piece. Sanding makes the colors on smooth polymer surfaces look richer… the mica particles sparkle… and the whole piece look finished and more professional. Plus it feels amazing to the touch!
So why don’t more people sand their polymer clay projects? I think it is because they are using the wrong materials and wrong techniques.
It isn’t hard, nor expensive. It just takes the right type of sandpaper and the right grits. Plus a little water, dish soap and some time.
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