Light air dry clay become solid when in contact with air, and if you have extra unused clay laying around without properly storing them, those clay will dried up and become unusable.
Storing light air dry clay is fairly easy. All you really need to make sure is to keep them in a air tight bag and that’s it!
Once air dry clay packaging has been opened, only take out the portion that you needed and quickly seal them with a resealable air tight bag. Because, the longer it is expose to the air, the faster it will dry out.Tags: clay tips, light air dry clay, storage