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Old 09-17-2012, 08:43 AM   #39
CherryLime
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Originally Posted by StampinGoodDeeds View Post
I have a whole drawer of FIMO/PRIMO and tools that I rarely pull out to play with but when I do, its an addiction for a while!
I picked up a bunch more at a yard sale too, so now have to get to that drawer (which of course means cleaning the craft room first.. haha) to put those in and to play...

Any of you more-experienced clayers have tips on how to best soften up FIMO/PRIMO that's been sitting a while?
If it's been sitting a while....while I'm conditioning one, I'm usually sitting on the next block to get it warmed up a bit. If that doesn't work, then some people use their clay designated food processor and chop it up in there with a bit of mineral oil. I've never had to do that; but that's what I've been told works.
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