Will it survive the oven?

I want to put fimo/polymer clay into bottle caps for different projects, will the bottlecaps survive the oven does anyone know?

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6 replies since 9th May 2012 • Last reply 1st December 2018

The bottle caps should be fine if they are metal. Not those plastic ones. Because you put the clay on to metal baking pan anyway, the metal bottle cap shouldn't change the way it bakes. I've seen people put the clay on to mint tins and then bakes those, to make altered boxes. So I think you'll be fine, though I haven't ever tried this my self but.... now that you mention it... I think I just might have to test it out, lol Happy

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OK thanks, I think i will test it out on caps i am not intending to use first. they are metal, with the logos on them, don't know what the logos are on with.

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I baked metal bottle caps in the oven with my mini pie project and it worked out fine.

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I'd use a toater oven rather than regular one, if it catches fire it be less of a problem to deal with :/

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I've cooked metal before worked fine, don't use a toaster oven though I bought one for my clay and it would only cook about half of the clay and burn the top in spots. You could always make the clay parts using the caps a template and glue them in later

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