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Is it safe to bake FIMO applied to a styrofoam form?

I covered a 6-inch styrofoam sphere with FIMO to make a globeThe directions say I can bake the FIMO at 275F for 20 minutes to harden the surface, but the only oven I have is the one I use for foodSo baking FIMO on top of Styrofoam doesn't sound too safeShould I just leave it unhardened?


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Styrofoam doesn't take oven temps well and it can give off noxious fumesI would suggest slicing your globe into two halves and hardening them over an aluminum bowl or ball of foil of the right size and then putting them over the foam ball and gluing them together instead.

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