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Topics: Metal Clay, Polishing

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I work in bronze clay and I find that after firing the metal is dull even after polishing. I even changed the carbon recently. Can you tell me a solution to this problem?
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Topics: Metal Clay, Firing

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I just bought a new kiln and have tried the time and temperature listed, but my pieces are coming out not completely fired. How do I adjust the time and temperature without ruining more silver and copper clay?
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Topics: Metal Clay, Combinations

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Can I cross the gold precious metal clay with some of the copper to successfully have rosegold precious metal clay?
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Topics: Metal Clay, Mold

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How can you prevent open, unused silver clay from turning moldy? We have the unused silver wrapped tightly in plastic wrap, sealed with masking tape to keep the plastic wrap from coming loose. Then we place the silver in an air tight rubber maid container with a sponge that is wet. Does it just turn moldy over time or is there something different we should be doing?
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Topics: Bronze Metal Clay, Strength

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Hi. My daughter is creating her own prom dress for this coming prom season. She is thinking of some kind of way to incorporate a snake into the dress and I saw the copper clays. Could she do that with this and would it be heavy enough to withstand the material hanging from it.
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Topics: Metal Clay, Combinations

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Can I use different metal clays on the same piece. I. E. bronze, copper, and or silver?
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