Pellets
Pellets
Pellets
A versatile low heat, reusable modeling medium
for use by ages 8+ with adult supervision.
A versatile low heat, reusable modeling medium
for use by ages 8+ with adult supervision.
A versatile low heat, reusable modeling medium
for use by ages 8+ with adult supervision.
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Make custom parts or tools for home
Make invention prototypes or sculptures
Use with molds, roll or shape by hand for crafts
Extrude, drill, or cut with craft knife
Required Materials
Hot water (heated in electric skillet or stove top)
Heat resistant, non-aluminum bowl
Non-stick work surface (laminate or tile countertop)
Cold water
Cooking oil
Craft stick
Optional Materials
Paper towels
Adhesive
Paint and brushes
Beads, sequins, or other jewelry accessories
Make custom parts or tools for home
Make invention prototypes or sculptures
Use with molds, roll or shape by hand for crafts
Extrude, drill, or cut with craft knife
Required Materials
Hot water (heated in electric skillet or stove top)
Heat resistant, non-aluminum bowl
Non-stick work surface (laminate or tile countertop)
Cold water
Cooking oil
Craft stick
Optional Materials
Paper towels
Adhesive
Paint and brushes
Beads, sequins, or other jewelry accessories
Make custom parts or tools for home
Make invention prototypes or sculptures
Use with molds, roll or shape by hand for crafts
Extrude, drill, or cut with craft knife
Required Materials
Hot water (heated in electric skillet or stove top)
Heat resistant, non-aluminum bowl
Non-stick work surface (laminate or tile countertop)
Cold water
Cooking oil
Craft stick
Optional Materials
Paper towels
Adhesive
Paint and brushes
Beads, sequins, or other jewelry accessories
Instructions
Instructions
Instructions
1.Soften by heating at 120°F (48°C) in water, oven
non-stick griddle, or with heat gun. TIP: If using the
water method, add one or two drops of cooking oil
to prevent pellets from sticking to the pan.
1.Soften by heating at 120°F (48°C) in water, oven
non-stick griddle, or with heat gun. TIP: If using the
water method, add one or two drops of cooking oil
to prevent pellets from sticking to the pan.
1.Soften by heating at 120°F (48°C) in water, oven
non-stick griddle, or with heat gun. TIP: If using the
water method, add one or two drops of cooking oil
to prevent pellets from sticking to the pan.
2. When softened, shape with your hands or press into a
mold. Pellets will be warm but not too hot to handle.
2. When softened, shape with your hands or press into a
mold. Pellets will be warm but not too hot to handle.
2. When softened, shape with your hands or press into a
mold. Pellets will be warm but not too hot to handle.
3. If desired, add color with craft paint or pigments.
3. If desired, add color with craft paint or pigments.
3. If desired, add color with craft paint or pigments.
4.Pellets harden as they cool. You may quicken this
process by placing in cold water for a few minutes.
Plastic will become opaque as it cools.
4.Pellets harden as they cool. You may quicken this
process by placing in cold water for a few minutes.
Plastic will become opaque as it cools.
4.Pellets harden as they cool. You may quicken this
process by placing in cold water for a few minutes.
Plastic will become opaque as it cools.
5.Reheat to continue modeling or to reuse. Flatten
leftover plastic for quick and easy re-softening. To
bond two pieces together, heat both pieces until
tacky then press firmly together. Place in cold water
to set. TIP: To make larger forms, start with the basic
shape, soften additional pellets to make additional
pieces and attach to basic shape by heating both
surfaces until tacky then press firmly together.
5.Reheat to continue modeling or to reuse. Flatten
leftover plastic for quick and easy re-softening. To
bond two pieces together, heat both pieces until
tacky then press firmly together. Place in cold water
to set. TIP: To make larger forms, start with the basic
shape, soften additional pellets to make additional
pieces and attach to basic shape by heating both
surfaces until tacky then press firmly together.
5.Reheat to continue modeling or to reuse. Flatten
leftover plastic for quick and easy re-softening. To
bond two pieces together, heat both pieces until
tacky then press firmly together. Place in cold water
to set. TIP: To make larger forms, start with the basic
shape, soften additional pellets to make additional
pieces and attach to basic shape by heating both
surfaces until tacky then press firmly together.
6.Paint with acrylics, model paint, spray paint,
permanent ink markers or acrylic paint markers.
Experiment by heating the surface and pressing in
glitter, magnets, buttons, rhinestones, feathers or
smaller bits of plastic to add finishing touches.
6.Paint with acrylics, model paint, spray paint,
permanent ink markers or acrylic paint markers.
Experiment by heating the surface and pressing in
glitter, magnets, buttons, rhinestones, feathers or
smaller bits of plastic to add finishing touches.
6.Paint with acrylics, model paint, spray paint,
permanent ink markers or acrylic paint markers.
Experiment by heating the surface and pressing in
glitter, magnets, buttons, rhinestones, feathers or
smaller bits of plastic to add finishing touches.
CAUTION: Supervise use by children. Warm Friendly
Plastic® will stick to fingernail polish, acrylic fingernails,
aluminum, Styrofoam, PVC, and certain other plastics.
Friendly Plastic® will soften and begin to melt at
approximately 100°F (38°C). DO NOT expose pellets
or finished pieces to direct sunlight or areas of
concentrated heat such as in a closed car.
CAUTION: Supervise use by children. Warm Friendly
Plastic® will stick to fingernail polish, acrylic fingernails,
aluminum, Styrofoam, PVC, and certain other plastics.
Friendly Plastic® will soften and begin to melt at
approximately 100°F (38°C). DO NOT expose pellets
or finished pieces to direct sunlight or areas of
concentrated heat such as in a closed car.
CAUTION: Supervise use by children. Warm Friendly
Plastic® will stick to fingernail polish, acrylic fingernails,
aluminum, Styrofoam, PVC, and certain other plastics.
Friendly Plastic® will soften and begin to melt at
approximately 100°F (38°C). DO NOT expose pellets
or finished pieces to direct sunlight or areas of
concentrated heat such as in a closed car.
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American Art Clay Co., Inc.
American Art Clay Co., Inc.
American Art Clay Co., Inc.
Indianapollis, IN 46254 USA
800-374-1600
Part No. 06912H
Indianapollis, IN 46254 USA
800-374-1600
Part No. 06912H
Indianapollis, IN 46254 USA
800-374-1600
Part No. 06912H