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Premo Premium Polymer Clay

by Sculpey

This remarkable clay quickly reaches a workable state (with minimum conditioning), and remains soft and pliable while offering extra resistance without crumbling. Not brittle after baking. In thicker areas, it is hard and rigid; in delicate areas it flexes to reduce the risk of breakage. Available in 2 oz. packages.

Now available in NEW - Basic, Pearl, Metallic, Translucent, Granite, and Glitter colors!

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Premo Premium Polymer Clay

by Sculpey

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James Peacock from New York/Asheville, North Carolina says:

I started using PREMO polymer clay before it was called PREMO; I use it in all of my projects. I have sold and shipped my work all over the USA ; as well as to France, Japan , and Hong Kong. My collectors...[more]

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Will stickers stay on the Premo baked clay? Do I need to put a sealer over them?

- Asked by JORGE on 18-May-13

I would seal it with a clear acrylic sealer after baking the clay.

- Answered by MisterArt on 22-May-13

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Rated by: James Peacock in New York/Asheville, North Carolina
I started using PREMO polymer clay before it was called PREMO; I use it in all of my projects. I have sold and shipped my work all over the USA ; as well as to France, Japan , and Hong Kong. My collectors know that if there is ever a problem, I will fix it; I've never had a problem. I have a very good friend who is a professional Chemist. He made plasticizer for me years ago, and I sometimes use it if the clay is too hard.
Rated by: duart in Colorado
This is my favorite brand of polymer clay. Can sometimes have too much 'plasticizer', but it can be wicked off between sheets of cheap typing paper. Great color range and very good prices (especially with VIP membership) Very durable after baking and easy to color and embellish afterwards.
Rated by: Gloria N. in Killingworth, CT
I enjoy working with the entire line of made in the USA Premo Sculpey clays. They are very versatile, whether sculpting figurative work, making canes or wrapping a vessel, etc., I know they will be durable and attractive. The primary colors are vivid and true to artist oil colors and the conditioning time is minimal thanks to the fresh product Misterart.com delivers with great prices, service and prompt delivery !
Rated by: Sue B. in Tonasket, WA
I love the fabulous colors and metallic bars of Premo but some of the bars arrive so rock hard and crumbly that the conditioning time is really not worth it. No local stores sell Sculpey so I have to order online, but never know if I'll be able to use the Premo when it arrives. Some bars are fine and easy to work with, others just crumble and refuse to condition. Some consistency would be terrific, as you really can't beat the Premo for color selection and blendability when it's at its best.
Rated by: Dawn W. in Carlisle, PA
I am so happy that I found this site. The prices are so much cheaper then the local craft store, and the super fast shipping was impressive. All of the clay I purchased was nice and fresh and all the blockes were in perfect condition...Thanks MisterArt.com!!!
Rated by: Nell H. in Charlottesville, VA
Premo is great to work with and never gets too soft. It does take a bit more work to condition than sculpy III but it is well worth it. Great colors too!
Rated by: T C. in NYC, NY
Inconsistent texture, takes a while to get it truly pliable. Stays "moist" but not soft. Good for my purposes.
Rated by: Dorothy B. in Tucson, AZ
I am new at the art of clay, bought two books, one from Maureen Carlson and Stacey Morgan. Both have differant techniques; I like the way Maureen makes her hands and feet. I'm mainly still reading. The Sculpy and the Premo works well for me. Would love to hear from any one that would like to talk CLAY.
Rated by: Jennifer L. in Columbus, OH
This is a very soft yet sturdy clay. It holds up well after baking and is very easy to work with.
Rated by: Margaret S. in Chestnut Hill, MA
This is my favorite brand of polymer clay. Great workability, conditions really fast, great colors and durable after baking. I really like the metallics!
Rated by: Trish F. in Carson City, NV
Wonderful colors, great for cane building. Oh how I wish the texture was consistent! Some blocks too hard, others too soft...like another reviewer mentioned, I spend a lot of time conditioning.
Rated by: Bonnie A. in Cape Coral, FL
Great prices, great clay.
Rated by: Roszann G. in Landenberg, PA
I am new to the polymer clay craft. After much "book & video" instruction lessons and high recommendations for this product, I took the plunge. I am making 3 or more projects a week and have had nothing but total success with this product. It conditions easily, molds & shapes easily and bakes according to "advertised" time. I am totally satisfied.
Rated by: Celeste K. in Wilmette, IL
This is a nice product, easy to use, easy to clean up. My kids like the colors, and made some fun sculptures out of the clay. Recommended!
Rated by: Cindy H. in Little Rock, AR
MisterArt.com stocks the most extensive supply of clay at the most affordable prices than any other supplier that I have found. Their customer service department is very friendly and helpful. I have found my supplier now.
Rated by: PM F. in Reno, NV
This wonderful clay has been, unfortunately, arriving with some blocks rock hard and others squishy. I'm spending more time on conditioning than I have in the past.
Rated by: Sharon B. in Fairmont, MN
Good stuff !! I love all the colors easy to work with.
Rated by: Patricia E. in Baltimore, MD
Fabulous! Easy to manipulate, blends beautifully - will continue to add to my supply.
Rated by: Patricia R. in NYC, NY
The colors are fabulous. My major recommendation is to buy a pasta machine for your clay. They're cheap and work the clay very well. You will not achieve the same effect or ease with your hands, a rolling pin or other type of roller. Another important tip I learned is to re-roll the clay from the folded end. If you do it opposite you will trap air bubbles which will ruin your final project. I love MisterArt.com! You will absolutely get the best prices on the web for the majority of items. I paid for the VIP membership on my first order and it has paid for itself by order #2. Your delivery will be quick..3-5 business days if not sooner. I am a "service lunatic" and Mr. Art meets my expectations and more.
Rated by: Happy S. in Galveston, TX
I have used Premo more than other brands and really like it. It holds its shape well during baking.
Rated by: Mindy R. in Colonie, NY
I've been trying ALL of the clay products, and the colors and 'workability' of this clay, Fimo. is the BEST! I've been having the greatest time, and it seems to 'condition' well and quickly, whether hand conditioned and rolled, or using a pasta maker! The colors are fantastic, and they stay within their own color, until I choose to run them together! The texture of this clay is VERY smooth. In other words-Love Love!!
Rated by: Kim D. in Salt Lake City, UT
I like the Premo brand clay because is soft enough to easily condition and bakes to a durable finish. It is good for making jewelry and covering items. I use it to make Millefiori canes and find it easy to work with. The artist colors it comes in makes it easy to mix new colors. I love it !
Rated by: Jerald C. in Salisbury, NC
Not the easiest to work with. Sticks to fingers better that artificial surface. Bakes to a rigid consistency. Tough stuff, though. Works great!
Rated by: Adrienne W. in New Orleans, LA
Great product! It's easy to work with, but very strong when baked. You can use this for a variety of different projects and it works GREAT!
Rated by: Patricia M. in Minneapolis, MN
This is great stuff! I love the colors and the ways they blend, each time a surprise to me. Have such a good time, and not too hard either. So easy to bake. Having a blast with it.
Rated by: Holly P. in Butte, MT
The Sculpey Premo clay is fun to work with. The colors "bleed" less (during kneading) than other clays I have tried.

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