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    (super sculpey)

    will turpentine ruin my clay?

    and if not i have to wait untill its done drying to fire it right?....because its flamable lol...
    HO SNAP!?

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    you should be fine with turpintine but there are better alturnatives to this material. For areas with less detail that you want to smooth out a bit use lighter fluid, the kind for zippo lighers. For areas with more detail and you want to clean up a bit use either 91% alcohol or 70%. Both of these have been used on Super Sculpey for a few years now without any problems. I would let the fluids dry completly before putting in the oven. Common sence. You should be fine.


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