How to Use PMC+ Sheet
You can cut PMC Sheet with scissors or razor knife, or tear it to achieve a ragged edge. You can even draw pencil lines to determine the shapes you want. Join elements by using PMC paste like a glue to make thicker sheets, moisten two pieces lightly with clean water, press the sheets firmly together and set a weight on top until the joint seats. PMC Sheet has the same shrinkage arid firing specifications as other versions of PMC+, but it will not dry out as fast, It can be combined with original PMC, but remember to adjust for the different rates of shrinkage.
10 minutes 900? centigrade 1650? Fahrenheit
20 minutes 850? centigrade 1560? Fahrenheit
30 minutes 800? centigrade 1470? Fahrenheit
Dont torch fire!
PMC can be tired in any kiln that will hold the correct temperature for the required time. A small programmable kiln is ideal. Set the work on ceramic bisque tiles, soft brick, or soldering pads. Irregular shapes should be supported on alumina hydrate or vermiculite (avoid breathing any fine dust).
After firing, all versions of PMC display a matte white surface. To polish, burnish with a smooth steel tool or scrub with fine wool or soft brass Brush. PMCSheet, like other versions, can be soldered, plated and enameled.
Health and Safety
Though rare, it is possible for certain individuals to experience skin rash or itchiness after contact with PMC. If you have a reaction, discontinue use. Consult a physician if the problem persists. Wash Hands after use.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.