This versatile clay is lightweight, extremely soft, easy to knead, and turns rock-hard when baked, so it won’t break or crack.
Sculpey UltraLight is great for armatures since its smoother and easier to work with than aluminum foil and keeps large beads light. When rolled thin and baked, the clay remains flexible, making it the ideal product for paper crafts. After baking, Sculpey UltraLight even floats!
Cured Sculpey UltraLight can be sanded, drilled, buffed, and painted with 100% acrylic paints. This remarkable clay brings a world of new opportunities to artists, crafters, and clay users alike. Clay is white.
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What is the density of Sculpey Ultra light material after baking?- Asked by Paul on 20-Nov-12
Sculpey UltraLight Oven Bake Clay expands slightly more so than other polymer clays after baking. However, it does remain dense enough to allow sanding, drilling, and buffing.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-13
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