FIMO is a polymer clay popular in both hobbyist and professional art communities. It has good tensile strength and doesn't get sticky or fluid (like many natural clays do) during modeling/sculpting.

FIMO does not require a kiln; it can be hardened (fired) by heat as low as 265°F (129°C), easily within range of a standard kitchen oven. The hardened product can be carved, filed, and painted, and is watertight.

FIMO is manufactured in dozens of colors — including glow-in-the-dark and transparent — and colors may be mixed via kneading.

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