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Violette

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  1. Hi! New student here. I was pretty bummed to find out that most clays do have mold in them (not always visible) and that if you have autoimmune issues or mold sensitivity, you should probably give it up. It makes sense that having soggy organic matter sitting in a plastic bag is prime real estate for fungi, as well as covered ware boards and tables that keep getting drenched and aren't fully aired out/ dried out. And my local ceramics studio smelled pretty dang musty the second I stepped in there, even with a mask on. I've been digging through the limited info/posts online about mold and clay
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