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August 27, 2013 2:59 pm
I found this great website that has a wonderful FAQ all about homemade Cold Porcelain.
Here is the full page with tons of great info:
http://coldporcelaindesigns.com/Basic_Guide___FAQ.html
Here is what it said about storage:
Keep the porcelain clay in good condition by storing it always in a zip plastic bag and inside an air tight container. This will maintain the consistence of the clay and it will not dry. 
Here is another page with great CP information:
http://i-be-c.deviantart.com/journal/FAQ-Cold-Porcelain-Clay-238544772
This page also has great information:
http://coldporcelaintutorials.blogspot.com/2010/09/cp-storage-tips.html

"Store cold porcelain paste in an airtight bag or tightly wrapped in plastic.    Sometimes I do both…wrap in plastic first and then in an airtight bag!
Try using a product that sucks air out of plastic bags.    Ziploc makes an inexpensive one.
There’s some new, latching plastic storage bins on the market.  They are inexpensive, small and are suppose to be airtight.  By Sterlite, the type with a rubber gasket to help seal.   I bought some but haven’t put them to a test yet!
Do not store clay in a dark drawer for a long period of time, this could make the paste moldy.
Store CP paste in a dry area at room temperature. Do not refrigerate, but you can freeze.
Paste that has been tinted with color will dry out faster than non-colored paste.
Don’t store different colored paste in the same container if they could touch each other and transfer color.”

Here are a few more recipes from the same place:
http://coldporcelaintutorials.blogspot.com/p/cold-porcelain-cp-recipes.html
 
Hope these help you!

I found this great website that has a wonderful FAQ all about homemade Cold Porcelain.

Here is the full page with tons of great info:

http://coldporcelaindesigns.com/Basic_Guide___FAQ.html

Here is what it said about storage:

  • Keep the porcelain clay in good condition by storing it always in a zip plastic bag and inside an air tight container. This will maintain the consistence of the clay and it will not dry.

Here is another page with great CP information:

http://i-be-c.deviantart.com/journal/FAQ-Cold-Porcelain-Clay-238544772


This page also has great information:

http://coldporcelaintutorials.blogspot.com/2010/09/cp-storage-tips.html

  • "Store cold porcelain paste in an airtight bag or tightly wrapped in plastic.    Sometimes I do both…wrap in plastic first and then in an airtight bag!
  • Try using a product that sucks air out of plastic bags.    Ziploc makes an inexpensive one.
  • There’s some new, latching plastic storage bins on the market.  They are inexpensive, small and are suppose to be airtight.  By Sterlite, the type with a rubber gasket to help seal.   I bought some but haven’t put them to a test yet!
  • Do not store clay in a dark drawer for a long period of time, this could make the paste moldy.
  • Store CP paste in a dry area at room temperature. Do not refrigerate, but you can freeze.
  • Paste that has been tinted with color will dry out faster than non-colored paste.
  • Don’t store different colored paste in the same container if they could touch each other and transfer color.”

Here are a few more recipes from the same place:

http://coldporcelaintutorials.blogspot.com/p/cold-porcelain-cp-recipes.html

 

Hope these help you!

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