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Liquid cold porcelain-glue Modena Paste, translucent, 300 g

Liquid cold porcelain-glue Modena Paste, translucent, 300 g

Liquid cold porcelain-glue Modena Paste, translucent, 300 g

  • Weight: 300g
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • 21.42€

Barcode: 4902498732004

SKU: 5001040010011

Modena Paste

Modena Paste is a liquid Modena. Dries shiny and remains very flexible. It becomes slightly transparent and water resistant after drying.

When making flowers you can make stamens from this and make the stems of porcelain by smearing or dipping the threads. Can be poured into molds or smeared to make lacquer lace, ornaments and the like.

Can also be used as an adhesive for Cold Porcelain or other flexible materials. Can also be used for repairing clay workpieces.

Instructions for use cold porcelain

  • If you want to use cold porcelain, open the package completely. Take off all the plastic and wrap it in a new piece of foil. (spray the foil thinly with baking spray, only with the fresh porcelain)
  • If the paste is very moist, you can let it dry a little before use without covering it in the air.
  • If it sticks to your rolling pin or cellboard in the beginning, you can rub it with a little grease (baking spray or baby oil) or use a little cornstarch, only if the paste is very moist. Do not use too much of the cornstarch because your porcelain will dry too quickly.
  • While working you notice that the porcelain is getting stiffer, it is best to cover the porcelain and pack it safely after use. This way your porcelain remains in optimal condition.
  • If you want to use the Porsina faster and don't want to wait until it is a bit drier, you can mix in the Modena: proportion 1 to 4. Then it is immediately firmer to work. Especially in high humidity this is very nice way to use clay.
  • Always use white dye in your porcelain, whatever color you make afterwards. If you do not use white, your workpiece will become translucent / glassy and the color pigments will become more difficult and less beautiful afterwards.
  • If the porcelain has become a bit dry after frequent rolling out, you can knead a piece of fresh porcelain or a little boiled water.
  • Always store your porcelain in an airtight container with a damp cloth, so that you can keep the opened packaging for a long time.

There are different types of Porcelain on the site. Each brand has its own structure, but the basis is the same.

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