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Pros and Cons of Using Salt Dough in Crafts?

What are the pros and cons of using salt dough in making craft projects?

By Aggie from Deuba, Fiji Islands

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December 8, 20140 found this helpful

It's been my experience the biggest con of using salt dough is that any humidity in the air will cause the sculpture to grab that moisture and go soggy-mushy-mouldy.

If you can get the sculpture completely dry (hard to do even in an oven on low for hours) and then completely sealed with a varnish or other sealer like polyurethane, you may not have that problem of soggy-mouldy items.

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