Air dry clay is a versatile crafting material that hardens as it dries without the need for baking. While air dry clay is generally non-toxic, it is not intended for food use and should not be used for making items that come into contact with food.
Air dry clay is specifically designed for artistic and decorative purposes:
- It is not food-safe and should not be used for making plates, bowls, utensils, or other items that will be in direct contact with food.
- Using air dry clay for food-related purposes can pose health risks, as the clay is not designed to withstand moisture, washing, or food handling.
When working with air dry clay:
- Wash your hands after handling the clay to prevent accidental ingestion.
- Keep air dry clay and finished creations away from pets and small children.
- If you want to create items for use with food, choose food-safe materials and methods, such as ceramics or FDA-approved clay.
Air dry clay offers a wide range of creative possibilities for crafting, sculpture, and artistic projects. Use it to create decorative items, ornaments, figurines, and more to enhance your creative endeavors.