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Supplied in moist form, these ready-to-use Amaco clays can be shaped by hand or thrown on a wheel. They can be decorated with tempera or acrylic paint.
Marblex Gray Clay
Marblex is a moist, ready-to-use, air-drying gray clay. Modeled objects are hard and durable, but not waterproof. Decorate with opaque tempera if desired.
Mexican Pottery Clay
Objects modeled with Amaco's Mexican Pottery Clay air-harden without firing to a rich red color similar to Mexican or Indian pottery.They need little or no decorating.
Stonex White Clay
Objects modeled from Stonex White Clay air-harden without firing or baking. Decorate with tempera or acrylic if desired.
Note — Any combination of clay, plaster, sand, and molding material totaling 50 lbs or more does not qualify for our free shipping offer.
® Amaco is a registered trademark of American Art Clay Company.
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A very good product
By Art teacher
Comments about Amaco Self Hardening Clays:
I am an art teacher. Have been thru a lot of materials. This product is very good. Would recommend it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I really enjoy working with this material!!!
from Los Angeles
Thank you for being there for us!!! < 3
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It's fully doing what I expected!
from Los Angeles, CA
My students can easily sculpt with this clay. It is a good quality and easy to maintain.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Very Wet and Sticky
from Finger Lakes NY
This was very wet clay for my use. I am not an art teacher, but use it in an outreach multi-disciplinary science program. We do a very brief clay activity and time is short and clean up facilities limited. The increased mess with this clay as compared to the Claystone I purchased several years ago was an issue. I wouldn't say this is a flaw in the clay--if you are going to use it over the course of weeks in an art classroom you may want it very wet--but for me it was a problem. If you don't want wet clay be sure to allow for time to wedge it or give it some time before working.
By Chris the art teacher
from Atoka, TN
We have been using this product for 1st-5th grades making coil pots and then carving. This dries very well and hardens to a solid. We have covered this and used a second time 7 days later with no problem. Great hand molding clay. We have used this for two years and love it.
By lizzy jo the crafter
from south carolina
I can't thank you enough for your help and quick delivery of the clay. 76 first through 4th grade students made pinch pots to emulate American Indian art and learned a lot. the clay was perfect and we will use Blick again in the future,
A good self-hardening clay for basic slab, coil, pinch pot applications when kiln firing is not available. When painted with acrylic it is quite durable - smaller projects < 6-8".
first time user ,so far so good
real handleable.easy to work with
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Amaco Self Hardening Clay ~
from Dearborn, MI
We use this product to create objects of art that are meant to last ~ forever ~ or at least a very long time!!! Since it is air dry clay, which makes it more fragile, the art piece is most durable if no part of the art piece is thinner than a 'finger' width. The air dry clay construction process is the same as ceramic clay construction where you have to 'score and slip' to attach pieces. Students love working with clay! Thank You!!!
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