"Please note on all new production we are including 1 extra free "O" Ring if you break the first one. Also, additional "O" Rings are available at your local hardware store."
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The clay gun extruder has many uses. With the 20 disc designs you can create many different embellishments for your projects. The round discs are for vines, stems, borders, and letters. The screen discs are for hair, grass, straw and floral stamens.The flat slot discs are for weaving baskets, lattice, ribbons and bows. The square, triangle, half round discs are for bricks, logs, borders, and can be cut and used for small beads.
TIPS: Always soften hard clays with your hands before putting into the barrel
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"Having rheumatoid arthritis, the regular silver extruders were virtually impossible for me to use without a huge amount of discomfort and a bigger degree of frustration. I have the Makin's extruder and love it! No stress! No strain! Best $20 I have invested in a long time!"
Bonnie in Colorado
" I've said it before and I'll say it again!! I have the Makin's Clay extruder also and it is worth it's weight in gold. I made an extruder helper extruder last year and it worked fine but... this extruder is SO much easier to use. I recommend it highly." Ronalyn
"I have to throw in my 2 cents worth here. The Makin's Ultimate Clay Extruder is nothing short of fabulous. I have arthritis and was only able to use my original extruder after making a pusher for it. Even then, it was painful, and difficult, to use. As a result, I rarely used the extruder. The Makin's is so easy to use I marvel every time I use it. Cleaning (the little that is necessary) is a breeze. I absolutely love it and highly recommend it."
"The Makin's Ultimate Clay Extruder has a wonderful little O ring that cleans the sides of the barrel as you extrude the clay. There is next to no residue left behind on the barrel and because both ends have screw caps, you can easily run a paper towel through it to remove any clay that might be left behind.
Around the push disk at the end of the threaded rod, you might need to clean off a tiny amount of clay, but it is extremely easy to remove. This extruder is nothing like the other ones on the market. It holds more clay and is longer and slightly larger in diameter, plus it has 20 disks instead of 19. And as I said, two sets of 10 more are on their way!"
TIPS: How to use and clean your extruder