why is my baked polymer clay rubber?

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Hi Karen...what a super question. As a professional polymer clay artist, I worked this one out a couple of years ago. Here is the trick. Buy yourself some pure white silica sand that is the same size as cane sugar crystals. The proper size grit of a child's sandbox sand works great (It must be ...

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Answered: After your clay is fired for the proper time, do you leave it in until

Yes, by waiting untill it cools down you avoid themal stresses to be created in the clay (and those stresses might crack or even break the piece).
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None, they will both cooked the same as when you only cook one. The easiest way to check this is to cook them the allowed time and then just check them before you take them out, but generally speaking even when putting two in, instead of one there is no need to adjust the time or temp.