Cernit is a polymer clay used for modeling.
Cernit contains PVC and plasticizer. However, polymerising happens during baking. The polymer clay hardens.
You can use this polymer clay for 8 years. It is liked for making decorative items such as jewellery (earrings, bracelets, pendants…), figurines, accessories, miniature food or even for customisation and restoration of furnitures and modeling.
Children as well as adults or professionnal artisans or jewellery makers use this polymer clay.
The large colour range allows begins and more experienced users to vary shades without having to mix colours.
Their are many different shades and effets of Cernit:
- Number one : 42 opaque colours, glossy after polishing. Available in 56, 250 or 500g.
- Porcelaine : 14 colours with a porcelain-like finish. Available in 56g.
- Glamour : 7 pearlescent colours in pieces of 56g.
- Metallic : 7 metallic colours in pieces of 56g.
- Translucent : 14 transparent colours and one night glowing colour. This range is very popular among the artists due to its amazing transparency. Available in 56, 250 ou 500g.
- Neon : The most neon of all polymer clays, 4 colours available in 56g !
- Nature : 3 colours with a stone and dirt effect thanks to strands in the clay that allows an irregular aspect, similar to the one of a stone. Available in pieces of 56g.
- Shiny : 14 colours in 56g, highly concentrated in coloured mica that contrast with the colours of the clay. The shiny is different from the glamour due to the thinness of the glitter in it and the colours effects. These colours are perfect for jewellery as they have a pretty metallic effect together with coloured hints.
- Doll : 7 colours that have a skin-like effect (slightly transparent) and one translucent flesh colour. This clay has an aspect very close to flesh, a porcelain-like finish and is totally suitable for creating dolls. Each piece weighs 500g.
- Soft Mix : a clay softener that does no change the colour of the clay. You can mix up to a third of softener with 2/3rd of polymer clay Cernit. This way, the clay will be easier to work with and softer. The plasticity of the clay is increased.
What baking for the Cernit Glamour?
Do not exceed the recommended temperature of 110°C-130°C (230-266°F) and the duration of 30 minutes or you wont get the right colour.