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Topic: Putting polymer clay in the oven that has e6000 on it  (Read 188 times)
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NightWolf11
« on: December 07, 2018 07:57:45 AM »

Hello!

I making a polymer clay moose ornament for a family member and baked the antlers separately, because my plan was to glue the antlers to the moose after baking with e6000 glue. Well they're not staying on and they have cracked! I want to remake the antlers and bake them onto the moose, my question is can I stick the clay in the oven with e6000 glue residue on it?

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