Is it generally accepted that if you buy a batch of unworkable clay, that is your responsibility to fix it? Or should you call the manufacturer to see if anyone else has had a problem with it, and to see if it can be replaced?
The Laguna distributor is a pretty good haul from here, and I may well return it on my next trip over. But that's a couple months from now...
Meantime, I should have been more specific. The clays are Laguna 60 and 90. I love the 90, and it throws like a dream, but folks seem to want to buy mostly the more dramatic 60, so I'd like to figure out a way to use it.
And no, it's not particularly wetter or drier.
Last, is it likely that pugging a bit of 90 into the 60, say half n half, would improve the 60 or spoil both?