Sculpy question

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DARTH SABER

Master Member
So, recently I've been using a different technique for cooking Sculpy. Boiling it in a bowl of water in the microwave. The technique seems to work great so far. No scorching or splitting.

Now I have a different project which required me to use aluminum foil armature inside the Sculpy. Does anyone know if the foil inside the Sculpy will cause microwave problems while boiling?
 

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Wes R

Legendary Member
I boil it on the stove or if it's small stuff i just use my electric kettle to heat it to boiling and pour over the item and put a lid on it. It might take a while but it's easier for one or two tiny parts.
 

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