Glad Press’n Seal Polymer Clay Safe Plastic Wrap

Glade Press'n Seal Plastic Wrap - Polymer Clay TutorVideo #759: You can use this product to create air-tight storage solutions for all kinds of tools and supplies in your craft studio.

Glad Press and Seal is a Polymer Clay safe plastic wrap that has all kinds of uses in your polymer clay studio.

In this video, I show you how you can use this unique product for wrapping polymer clay canes… storing clay sheets… covering and protecting unfinished projects… setting aside “in-use” paint brushes rather than having to clean them right away… protecting art journal pages… and so much more.

Once you see all the cool things you can do with this wrap, you’re going to want to get a box or two for your craftroom or polymer clay studio.

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  1. Lynn C Behnke, 28 November, 2016

    Dear Cindy,
    Thanks for the great tip. I love Press and Seal, but I never used it where it touched my clay because of the stickum. I’m glad to know it’s okay.
    I have used Press and Seal in my basement studio in an unusual way I thought I’d share. After watching a video about your clay storage, I bought a similar unit with drawers for my clay. However, it didn’t have a back, and ever since our century old house was moved a couple of years ago, a lot of dust continues to settle. I was concerned about it landing on top of my clay through the open back, since the unit isn’t up against the wall.
    I was anxious to move my clay, so I just pulled off two large sheets of Press and Seal and stretched them around the sides from top to bottom, smoothed them down, and made a surprisingly effective back for my clay storage unit. The light gets in; the dust stays out; and it was accomplished in an instant.
    Keep those very practical suggestions coming. Thanks.

  2. Cindy Lietz, 29 November, 2016

    I LOVE your idea Lynn! How very clever of you! It opens my mind to even more possibilities for this unique product. Thanks for sharing!!

  3. Dixie Marie, 03 December, 2016

    I will sometimes use it with my cutters on textured pieces. Because of its thickness, it provides a unique “fade” & “drag” of your textures on the edge of your cut piece. I really like to do this with pearls.


  4. Cindy Lietz, 06 December, 2016

    That sounds like a clever idea Dixie Marie! I’ll have to try that!

  5. Marie Lilley, 07 December, 2016

    Hi Cindy,
    Thanks for sharing Glad Press ‘n’ Seal so many uses for it. As you know I’m in the UK and each time I’ve looked on amazon it’s been out of stock and Ebay has some but at prices way over the top. But then I found an unexpected site selling it and for a whole new use which is also useful to know. The site here in the UK is Orthopets and the use is for wrapping the patient’s limb before applying casting tape. Compresses the coat without disguising boney landmarks. The price works out slightly cheaper than the cheapest price on amazon. Just thought I’d share this with you.
    Merry Christmas

  6. Cindy Lietz, 09 December, 2016

    Hi Marie thank you for sharing that. That is an unexpected resource! I looked around the site a bit. Looks like they do some interesting work there. I didn’t see where you could purchase the Glad Press n Seal but I am guessing if you used the contact link you could ask them. That is nice to hear that they are charging a reasonable price for it too. (Also unexpected imo.)

  7. Marie Lilley, 09 December, 2016

    Hi Cindy,

    Anyone looking for it on this site would need to go to the shop tab then click on casting materials.

  8. Christina LeGaspi, 02 January, 2022

    I wrapped a few items I didn’t have time to bake right away and when I just went to bake them they had a sticky/oily film on them. Is this just a fluke or did I do something wrong?

  9. Cindy Lietz, 04 January, 2022

    Hmm I wonder what’s happening there? What brand of clay are you using? What country did you buy the Press n’ Seal from? I have heard of someone that had issues wrapping canes in some Glad Press n’ Seal they bought in Denmark? or perhaps it was another country… but I haven’t heard of any issues with the version of Press n’ Seal we get here in North America. Did the piece turn out ok when it was baked? It would be nice if we could get to the bottom of this problem for you.

  10. Christina LeGaspi, 06 January, 2022

    I used US Press n’ Seal but the box was a few years old (used what I had available) so I’m going to try this again with the new box I just bought. The clay came out really brittle and broke with the littlest pressure. I’m using both Sculpey and Fimo clay. I’m really interested in figuring out what happened here.

  11. Cindy Lietz, 06 January, 2022

    Yeah, keep me updated. I am really interested in what happened, too!

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