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cernit mix, aluminium foil

Hi!
I'd like to mix cernit and super sculpey. I made a little test and there where no moons.(didn'like the sculpey-premo mix, it became way to soft and dirty).I wonder if someone could give me some feedback on that, it looked good, but you never now.
Also, could anyone tell me if aluminium foil is toxic?
Thank you a lot
Isabelle
France

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Re: cernit mix, aluminium foil

I know aluminum foil will burn, but never heard about it being toxic. Pots and pans and such are commonly made of aluminum.... I think there is no harm.
Judie, Port Orange, FL

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Re: cernit mix, aluminium foil

thank you so much for your answer! Noone got any hint on sculpey- cernit mix?
isabelle ratier
France

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Re: cernit mix, aluminium foil

Diane Wheeler, a member of NIADA, uses a blend of Super Sculpey, Cernit, and Premo for her dolls. I regret I don't know the ratios.
Hope this helps,
Katherine

Re: cernit mix, aluminium foil

Thank you!
But I ended up by buying prosculpt, since I'm sooo fed up with moons.
Happy New Year everyone!!
Isabelle
France

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Re: cernit mix, aluminium foil

I have a good friend that combines sculpty and cernit all the time for her dolls. It's probably a half and half mix. She likes the combination but I know she also does it because sculpty is so much cheaper.

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Re: cernit mix, aluminium foil

Thank you for your answer, this is always good to know.
Isabelle

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