[Clayart] Reclaiming 30 lbs of clay

robert hackert ndiaman at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 10 19:19:12 UTC 2021

Hi Bonnie:I would first recommend taking the barrel of your Pugger and scraping the blades to get the dry clay off.
I will let someone chime in on the best way to reconstitute you 30lbs of drying clay.
Just my $0.02
Rob Hackert
North Port, Fl

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> On Jul 10, 2021, at 2:53 PM, Bonnie Hellman <mou10ms at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have about 30 pounds of clay in various states of wetness/dryness that I
> want to reconstitute for throwing. (I thoroughly  cleaned out my Peter
> Pugger after several years because the clay in the barrel was to dry to be
> extruded.)
> Some is hard as bisque, although none was fired. Other pieces are wet and
> sloppy.
> Would you dry out everything and then wet it? Would you put it in a lot of
> water?
> It's been a long time since I've had this much scrap.
> Thanks for sharing your experience,
> Bonnie
> -- 
> Bonnie D. Hellman
> PO Box 1210
> Ouray, CO 81427
> mou10ms at gmail.com <mou10ms at gmail.com>
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