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The temperature needed to bake and harden modeling clay can differ depending on the brand, but for most common consumer-grade brands, the temperature is between 200 and 300 F. Heavy-duty or industrial-grade clays can need upwards of 2,000 F.How do you bake modeling clay?
Stir salt and water in a saucepan over heat 4-5 minutes. Remove from heat; add cornstarch and cold water. Stir until smooth; return to heat and cook until thick. Allow the clay to cool, then shape as desired. When dry, decorate with paint, markers, glitter, and so on. If you like, finish with clear acrylic spray or clear nail polish.Can You bake modelling clay?
Standard modeling clay (like plasticine) cannot be baked. Polymer clay like the Fimo, Premo, and Sculpey brands in the craft store can be baked in a home oven according to the manufacturer's instructions.