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Clay of any sort
>Karen Randall writes:
>>If you're talking about red "art clay", that's something else again.
Bob Dixon wrote:
>Just for the record, it's redart, and while it is used in pottery making, it
>isn't an "Art clay". Folks who may go looking for red art clay without
>recognizing the distinction will probably end up with colored modeling clay.
>I see a lot of fols on the list calling it "red art clay", and it can lead to
>confusion for some,
Actually I was talking about any red potters clay. Some people may be
talking about a specific brand, others are just talking about any red clay.
Thanks for mentioning that there actually is a brand by that name.
>just like "Flourite" did for the geologists on this list
>last summer. There is a mineral called flourite, but Flourite is an aquarium
The mineral is fluorite. You're right. Spell things wrong and it gets