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  1. I'm hoping someone could help me. I have a friend with a pottery studio in her basement and this year she is experiencing high levels of moisture in her home. Before I start looking into how to help solve the problem I'm wondering if anyone else has had issues with basement studios increasing the moisture levels of the home. Her house is energy efficient and was tested as being "tight" Could the drying process of the clay be increasing the amount of moisture in her home?
  2. So, I opened up a new box of Laguna Danish White. The plastic was thick. The twist tie was new. It was like taking the plastic cellofane off a new pack of Players Light smokes-if I smoked. I also use large sheet of plastic to prevent my pots from drying out before I put handles on. What would we use if there was no plastic? Wet straw? Blankets? How would we ship moist clay? TJR,
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