Hey guys. I've been wanting to create my own hide outs and other accessories for a while. Right now I'm wanting to make a hide hole, and a climbable background with ramps coming off either side. Ideally, I would just make these with ceramics. But I don't have access to a kiln in my area so I was wondering if any of you creative types might know some good substitutes. I know people have used spray foam to make the interactive backgrounds before, but I was curious as to the structural integrity of that for fully grown lizards? And the overall safety of the material in general. I would assume polymer clay would likely emit unsafe fumes, especially under the basking light. Would your typical hobby store, air dry clay, once coated, stand up to basking temps? If anyone knows of specific brands for the clay and the coating, I would love your recommendations. Lastly, if there's any other maluable materials that you guys have successfully used in the past I would love to know! Im making the accessories for my own bearded dragons and a Sav monitor, but I'll also be making general herp accessories to sell and gift so I would prefer advise that is beneficial and safe to use with most species. Thanks!