I'm new here, and caught the tail of a thread about alternatives to
using your home oven. Why is this necessary? Appreciate your advice.
> I'm new here, and caught the tail of a thread about alternatives to
> using your home oven. Why is this necessary? Appreciate your advice.
So, many are concerned that their baked food could be become
contaminated with toxic particles and/or that their general exposure to
the air where polymer clay is baked is risky. They prefer baking their
polymer clay in a separate appliance which is located in a separate
place, like outside or in a garage.
Although, this contamination is certainly a possibility, others feel
that this risk is acceptable. Ultimately, it really boils down to
weighing the issues and making a personal, hopefully informed choice.
WELL i'll tell you. I will bake things in my own oven. Because I really
want to work in this clay -- it's a new find for me and is so wondcerful I
cannot tell you. Also, I live in a small new york apartment and don't
have a garage or outdoors or the money to buiy another stove. So there
you are. It's my tiny apartment sized oven.
10. Why not Cernit?