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  1. OK, i have to give up my formerly wonderful all-purpose clay because it is so hard to use now. does anyone have a recommendation for something that is cone 6, white, works well as a slab or wheel thrown and dries fast? i do not add appendages to anything except an occasional flat slab handle on a tray so drying fast to get it out of the way of making something else is important to me. my old clay would do anything i asked it to do. and everything i made was dry the next day. it is now floppy and very wet so it takes 2-3 days just to dry enough to trim. and slabs slump instead of standing up, needing constant attention until dry. if you are using something that works well, please let me know. i think i remember that neil has suggested standard 181 but i am not sure it was as all-purpose as little loafers. any advice will be considered, especially if you use the clay for both throwing and slab work. thanks, all of you.
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