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Cream glue, as its name suggests, is a water-based product with a texture similar to cake decorating piping cream. It is made of deionized water, emulsifier, water-based resin, and food coloring. This versatile crafting material is non-toxic and safe for use in various DIY projects.

 

[Handling and Usage Tips]

The cream glue clay has a simple composition, including water, oil, pigments, and more. In its packaged state, the water and oil may separate when we just get it. Before use, please knead the bag to blend the water and oil, which also helps eliminate air bubbles in the gel. Once this step is done, cut the tip (1/3-1/2 inner bag, 1/2-2/3 outer bag) to start piping. During the piping process, if you notice any gel residue on the nozzle, it is recommended to promptly clean the remaining gel for a more aesthetic final result.

 

Texture and Weather Sensitivity: The texture of cream glue is typically creamy and paste-like, similar to toothpaste. However, it can become hardened and won’t work in very cold temperatures, such as below -10 degrees Celsius. If you notice the texture has become hard (without any visible graininess), you can soften it by immersing it in warm water (around 40 degrees Celsius or 105F) or gently kneading it with your hands until it regains a softer consistency.

 

Variability in Product Batches: Please note that due to differences in production batches, cream glue of the same color may exhibit subtle variations in color, wetness or texture.

If the cream glue is too wet for detailed shaping, you can 1) use it for decorations with less intricate patterns like lines, spreading or 2) allow it to sit for a while to evaporate or 3) add corn starch to thicken it. 4) You can also mix it with air-dry clay dough to adjust its consistency.

If the cream glue is too dry. 1) It has dried up in the bag (formed clumps that can be broken or has a noticeably grainy texture, similar to rapidly drying play/clay dough), there is little can be done to salvage it. 2) If the texture is just thick without clumps, you can try adding white glue or purchasing a dedicated thinner. 3) The diluent or thinner, you can start adding a few drops and knead the cream until it reaches the desired consistency for decorating. If it has simply become hardened due to cold temperatures, you can follow the method mentioned above. 4) Hand cream

Additionally, the cream glue's color may become slightly darker after it dries completely.

 

Shrinkage: As cream glue is water-based, it solidifies through the evaporation of water. When cream glue dries, its volume may shrink by 10-20%, so it's advisable to pipe it compact and slightly thicker to avoid significant gaps when it dries completely. After opening, please seal the cream glue (the exposed parts will dry out first due to water evaporation) and try to use it within one week.

 

Recommended Uses: Decoden Cream glue can be used for a variety of crafting purposes, including decorating hairpins, picture frames, phone cases, storage boxes, hanging tags, and more.

 

Cleaning and Finish: When the cream glue is not completely dry, it remains relatively soft and can be easily wiped off or rinsed with water. Once it has dried, it forms a firm 3D texture. Air dry at indoor temperature, no need for direct sunlight or wind drying. Depends on the thickness of the cream glue piping layers, please allow 3-10 days to dry out.

 

Safety Precautions - Child Safety: For children under the age of 6, it is advisable to use this product under adult supervision to prevent accidental ingestion.

Decoden Cream Glue Clay 60g for DIY, Non-Toxic, Perfect for Crafts

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