While polymer clay can be rebaked, it’s important to understand the limitations and potential risks associated with multiple baking cycles.
Rebaking polymer clay:
- Color Changes: Rebaking can alter the color of certain clay brands and colors.
- Strength: Overbaking or repeated baking can make the clay brittle and more prone to breakage.
- Texture: Rebaking may affect the texture and surface finish of the clay.
If you need to make adjustments or add additional elements to your polymer clay creation after baking, try to do so using unbaked clay or by attaching new elements with adhesive.
While it’s possible to rebake polymer clay, it’s best to minimize the number of baking cycles to maintain the integrity and quality of your finished piece.