Activa Premier Clay air dries and can be worked indefinitely when kept moist. Premier clay adheres to any core material and will not stick to your hands or crumble! Premier is excellent for molding, rubber stamping, and myriad other applications. Premier accepts multiple finishes and air dries to a strong final piece with minimal shrinkage. Once dry, Premier can be carved, drilled, or sanded.
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Is there shrinkage expected with curing / drying?- Asked by Jenny HAll on 30-Oct-12
There is minimal shrinkage when Premier Stone Clay is drying.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-13
How fragile is the cured compound? Will it hold a nail without cracking?- Asked by Jenny HAll on 30-Oct-12
Activa Premier is exceptionally strong; it can be carved, drilled, and sanded once cured. If you wish to have a nail inserted in the product then insert the nail while the clay is still moist, or drill a hole for your nail once the clay has been cured.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-13
Can more of the material be added to the cured form in order to modify the final shape?- Asked by Jenny HAll on 30-Oct-12
Yes, raw clay can be added to dried clay.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-13
Can the material be sanded, ground down, etc?- Asked by Jenny HAll on 30-Oct-12
Yes, this product can be sanded and ground down.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-13
What is the largest solid form one should fabricate with this material?- Asked by Jenny HAll on 30-Oct-12
This depends on the amount of structure and support given to the form's inner fame. This is a lightweight clay, so it will not weigh too heavily on any armature structure you create for it.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-13
Is this clay or any of your products suitable as molded cabinet knobs? Is it strong enough to adhere to a knob base and be handled as a cabinet knob or pull?- Asked by Jenny HAll on 30-Oct-12
It might be, but it is meant to be used as art clay. You may wish to consider kiln-fired ceramics for cabinet handles. Since we have not used Premier Stone Clay for an application such as this, we would recommend testing your idea before committing to it.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-13
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