Polymer clay is not fireproof and should not be exposed to high temperatures, open flames, or direct heat sources.
Polymer clay is a synthetic material that can combust when exposed to extreme heat, releasing harmful fumes and causing a fire hazard.
Polymer clay is designed to be cured in a controlled oven at specific temperatures. Baking polymer clay at higher temperatures can result in deterioration and melting.
When working with polymer clay, ensure that you follow recommended baking instructions and never expose the clay to heat sources beyond its intended curing process.
Keep polymer clay away from open flames, high-temperature environments, and direct heat to ensure your safety and the integrity of your creations.