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The different colors in Flourite gravel look just leek the color
variations on red clay bricks that are "flashed" when kiln dried.  From
what I remember reading of Flourite, it is a "specially fracted stable
porous clay gravel."  I believe it has also been described by the maker
as calcined, although I can't track down the quote.  Its shape,
texture, and hardness all suggest that it is a crushed baked clay


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