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Nofire Clay Bucket 

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No fire Clay is a water based, airdrying modelling clay primarily used for modelling and sculpting and does not require kiln firing to harden. Can be returned to the bucket after use simply add a moist sponge to enhance the moisture level in the pail and then No fire Clay can be reused again at a later date. Supplied in individual logs inside the resealable bucket for easy removal and distribution. Can be finished, when dry, with an acrylic, water based paint.  Holds 10 Litre.
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Nofire Clay Bucket 

Code
490841
No fire Clay is a water based, airdrying modelling clay primarily used for modelling and sculpting and does not require kiln firing to harden. Can be returned to the bucket after use simply add a moist sponge to enhance the moisture level in the pail and then No fire Clay can be reused again at a later date. Supplied in individual logs inside the resealable bucket for easy removal and distribution. Can be finished, when dry, with an acrylic, water based paint.  Holds 10 Litre.
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Colour White
Volume 10 Litre
Play Based Learning Focus Sensory Play
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