Dye Powder - Basic Colors 7 g
Air Dry Clay Colorant.
How to use Pre-coloring air dry clay with Saramanil powder Air Clay colorant is quite simple, you can get really deep vivid color and shade effects.
Dyeing clay can be messy.
Make sure your hands and your work surface are protected from staining.
Only work on disposable or washable surfaces, like a sheet of wax paper over a counter or a plastic cutting board. Wear plastic or rubber gloves.
Disposable gloves. Knead the clay before adding colorant.
Spend some time kneading and pressing the clay with your hands before you add the colorant. This will help it soften so it can absorb the color more quickly and evenly. Kneading means repeatedly press your fingers into the clay. The time you spend kneading will depend on the temperature and altitude you’re at, but it shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes You'll know it's done when the color is distributed evenly all through the clay. Add a small quantity (mini spoon) of colorant to the clay and knead it in. Knead the colorant into the clay until the entire piece is colored evenly. Repeat this step as many times as needed to get the desired color. This may take up to 5 minutes, so don't be worried if it doesn't change colors right away!
*** Important: Saramanil Corantes, powder DOES NOT stain your hands.
Unit: Plastic container -7 grams
Made in Brazil
Imported by Nexus GM Company LLC