Getting Started: Start by choosing a smooth, dry surface to make ceramic tiles. The area should be away from any source of moisture, heat, or sudden movements. Kneading Clay: The basic constituent of all ceramic tiles is clay. You need to knead a handful of polymer clay. This kind of clay is more durable (moisture_tolerant) than other cheaper varieties of clays. Wet the clay with water and start kneading it. Knead the clay until the entire clay_mix seems soft and devoid of any lumps.
Attach the microfiber cloth provided with your steam cleaner to the steam cleaner head. Some steam cleaner cloths attach to the cleaner head with hook and latch strips while others use elastic. Plug your steam cleaner into the wall outlet. Turn on your unit if your unit has a separate on off switch. Some units turn on automatically when you plug the cord into the wall outlet. Some models of steam cleaners are ready for use within 30 seconds, while others require several minutes to heat the water in the tank.
by Shirley C. Howard on Aug 01, 2018 Ceramic Tile