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    Question preserving play-doh ?

    hi, first i'm sorry for broken english.
    i'm making sculptures using play-doh small size, making a lot of them (5-10 cm each) and one medium size (60cm).
    i want to ask if anyone here know how to preserve the play-doh ?
    will coating work ?
    once again sorry for bad english
    and thank you before

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    GAH!!!!
    No, can't say that I know of any way to do that. My experience is that is shrinks and cracks very badly. Maybe if you made something that had thin walls, it might not crack, but then it might just fall apart!
    The things that my kids have made that did dry out, are very hard and sturdy. But the drying part is really hard on the pieces.
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