Instruction manual Fuwa Fuwa
There are two types of clay: regular Fuwa Fuwa clay, and clay mousse in a piping bag.
With all clay it is important that you do not take it out of the packaging for a long time: then the clay dries out. The clay therefore has a limited shelf life after you have opened it: keep it airtight in a well-sealed container, for example made of Tupperware.
Clay mousse in piping bag
Before you start, knead the clay in the piping bag well. Use one of the nozzles of your choice. Make your own creations and let them dry at room temperature. Usually the clay has completely hardened after 24 hours. If the clay still feels tacky after 24 hours, let it dry a little longer.
The decorative clay is not suitable for use in a mould. The molds can only be used for the normal/solid clay.
Ordinary clay in different colors
Before you start, knead your clay well. If there is some color difference, you can also solve this by kneading well. When the different colors of clay come together while kneading, the colors can mix with each other (you can of course choose that consciously!).
If you are using the clay in a mould, use a little bit of oil to grease it. Then your shape will come out easily and beautifully!
This clay is not edible. Do not use the clay if you have eczema or open sores. If your eyes, nose or mouth come into contact with the clay, rinse it with clean water. Wash your hands after use with water and soap.
Do you get allergic reactions from the clay? You can try wearing latex gloves when claying.
Eraser kit user manual
From the makers of Fuwa Fuwa clay.... DIY Eraser sets, or DIY kits to make eraser. First of all, these sets look super cute in the noodle box, but are also very nice!
• Double mold (9 x 6.7 cm)
• 3 colors of clay (cubes of +- 3.3 cm x 2 cm, 1.5 cm thick). In any case, you can make all the erasers that are on the package and a few extra. You can make more colors by mixing 2 or 3 colors.
• Instruction manual, but that is Japanese so quite difficult!
• You can use the packaging when making the eraser (if you don't have packaging, then a microwave-safe dish is also good)
The end result are various types of erasers, about the size of a euro coin. The erasers work well, but the eraser is quickly 'erased'. Only for special eraser jobs, so, or just to keep! ~_^.
Erasers that consist of several parts must be firmly bonded together before you put them in the microwave, for example by placing the clay in a glass with a skewer. t4>to push each other. If they are not completely stuck after the microwave part, then you can also use a drop of superglue (let it dry well!).
You can reuse the mold, for example for Fuwa Fuwa clay or fimo clay!
How it works
• Take a piece of clay and knead it very well first. Make it smooth, in the beginning it is a bit grainy but the graininess disappears by kneading well .
• Moisten the mold slightly with a plant sprayer and make the clay a round ball in the mold Press well and remove the remaining clay (you can use again later).
• Put the mold you made in the white bowl (if you don't have packaging, a microwave-safe dish is also good), add water and do this for about
• When the microwave is ready: get the container out, carefully let the (now warm) water run out (leave eraser in it) and now put cold water in the container. Thus you make the eraser hard. Let it cool for a while and then let it dry. Tadaaa!