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  1. Thanks so much, sounds like you're having lots of fun ! I've 2 lots of recycled clay that was thoroughly dried and are currently soaking in barrels, so nice and sloppy. It wouldn't be a problem to mix together when I've worked out ratio then wedge out on my plaster block. I think I'll do a few experiments and see what works best. Good to know that it can be done , thanks for your knowledge.
  2. Thanks for replying, I have lots or recycled clay soaking and could easily mix together. I'm trying to avoid buying more clay and want a strong white wheel throwing clay. I'll give it a go and see what happens !
  3. Thanks, because I want a clay strong enough for throwing and white enough for the glazes I use. I'm not using for any tableware. I have barrels full of both clays soaking and wanted to avoid having to buy more.
  4. Thanks so much for your detailed reply. I have barrels full of a white earthenware clay that is not strong enough for the wheel. I also have a lot of nice stoneware . I wouldn't be using for any tableware . So thanks for this info.
  5. Hi there, I wonder is it possible to mix a stoneware clay and a earthenware clay together and fire to come 06. Any tips / advice greatly appreciated , Julia
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