Glassymer Red Gel (65ml) is a liquid clay that creates a transparent layer that looks just like glass. Apply more for a less transparent effect. It may also be used as a protective coating, a sealant, or a bakeable glue to join two pieces of polymer clay (both raw and baked) and to join polymer clay to porous materials.
Uses for Glassymer Red Gel (65ml):
- Mix with *Transparent Glassymer, add pigments, powders and glitter,
- Glaze edges of Black Components,
- Mould casting,
- As a protective coating,
- As a sealant,
- For a bakeable adhesive to join two pieces of red polymer clay (raw to raw, baked to baked and raw to baked),
- To join polymer clay to porous materials (must be baked),
- Created a marbled effect with other coloured Glassymer Gels,
- As a paint on polymer clay.
Glaze or seal: To create a clear, glass-like finish, cover the piece with a layer of *Glassymer Transparent Gel. Modify the layer thickness according to your needs and preferences. Bake for 30 min at 140°C (284°F). If the finish is not transparent after baking, it may be necessary use a heat gun to finish.
Use in a Mould: Create unique clay projects in different shapes, sizes and techniques using Liquid Glassymer in a mold. Mix with pigments, inks, powders, glitter etc.
Bake on a Tile:
Create a marble effect on a tile with transparent Glassymer Gel and coloured gels. Bake, cut out shapes and use as desired.
Vivid or Subtle:
Mix a small amount of Glassymer Coloured Gel with Transparent Gel to get a tinted transparent layer or use Coloured Glassymer Gel alone to get a very intense colour.
Bake LC Glassymer at 284˚F (140˚C) for 15-20 minutes. It may be baked slightly longer if necessary.
Baking for longer makes Glassymer Transparent GEL being less tacky and much more transparent and shiny. You can get much better glassy shine when using a heat gun after you take your creation out of the oven, and while it’s still hot.
Overheating may result in the release of irritating gases. Although LC Glassymer is not toxic, it is essential to cure LC Glassymer in a well-ventilated area.
To avoid bubbles while baking, please leave Glassymer to “rest” for at least 30 minutes, so that the air bubbles get to the surface and you can get rid of them with a needle.
Caution: Do not exceed the recommended time or temperature.Do not swallow, avoid eye and skin contact. Do not inhale fumes and never bake above 150°C (302°F). ) or allow the product to come in contact with an open flame.
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