People have been creating clay objects from the beginning of their time on earth, and artists continue to do so today. Air-dry clays were developed for artists who desire the integrity of clay but do not have easy access to a kiln. Most air-dry clays are mineral based and have properties comparable to those of traditional clays. They harden within a few days and do not need to be fired to create a permanent form. Air-dry clay vessels and sculptures are more fragile than traditional kiln-fired ceramics, but they can be sealed and strengthened with shellac and paint. Browse our selection of the best air-dry clays to find the one that suits you best.
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