A beautiful clay for woodfiring. Gives a hint of speckle and takes flashing slips well. Contains 60 mesh Silica sand. Takes a lot of abuse on the wheel or in slab form and won't be finicky. A favorite earthy stoneware for Wood/Salt/Soda firing. It can also be raku fired, but must be bisqued to ^02 in this case.
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Soldate-60 with Sand ^10 . SOLDATE 60 (WC-843) Sold in 25lb increments. Is a gray clay with a high sand content and is pugged firm which makes it an ideal choice for large thrown pieces and sculptural forms.
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This clay is the same formula as Soldate-30, but contains finer 60 mesh sand. The texture is medium coarse. Gray in the raw form with a high sand content which makes it an ideal choice for large thrown pieces and sculptural forms.
If I only want to sand the bottom of a glaze fired piece, I grab an 80 grit sanding screen and the bottom of any pot is smooth in about 10 seconds. I don't care if it's Soldate 60, Rod's Bod, or Death Valley, every one of these groggy clays will be smooth in about 10 seconds if I use a silicon carbide sanding screen.
Joe Soldate's old standby: a versatile, all-around clay body with fine-grade, 60-mesh sand and a medium toasty color. It's perfect for both throwing and hand building. 12% shrinkage, .5% absorption when fired to cone 10.