Topics Covered In This Video:
- In today’s PcT Roadtrip video, we visit with KaronKay Cowger again, in Spokane Washington.
- We are talking about the JoolTool and some of the different accessories that you can use for getting a good finish on your polymer clay.
- When I first shared information about the JoolTool earlier this year, KaronKay went out and bought one right away on e-bay.
- Karon’s JoolTool machine is an older white and red version. As you will see, there have been a few changes made to the newer black and red version which I purchased. The power button is on the front of the newer machines, and the unit has a more sealed and a cleaner design. Other than that, the older machines are not that much different from the newer JoolTool model.
- Karon was having so much trouble buffing her polymer clay with her machine, that she scolded it into the corner for the longest time… “Bad JoolTool!” LOL.
- Well, I’m happy to say that we figured out problem… and now Karonkay has a much healthier relationship going on with her JoolTool companion :-)
- Watch the video below for the full story…
Question of the Day:
Does the JoolTool look like something that you would enjoy using for buffing and sanding your polymer clay? And… are you interested in seeing more JoolTool demo videos from me?
Since returning from our visit with Karonkay in Spokane, I have been able to pretty much figure out the best JoolTool accessory kit(s) for using on polymer clay.
However, due to Anie’s extreme traveling schedule (Anie is the inventor of the JoolTool), I’ve had a difficult time connecting with her. Hopefully she settles down soon, so that I can share my recommendations with all of you.
If you are as anxious as I am to get this PcT JoolTool project moving forward, please do leave your feedback in the comment section below. Your enthusiasm and support shown here will let Anie know how much interest there is from the polymer clay community.
By the way, if you have a polymer clay question or challenge you’d like me to address in an upcoming video vlog, do post it in the comments below. I’d love to help you find quicker and easier ways to bring up the professionalism in your polymer clay art.
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