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    Howdy from Texas!
    What is the diffrence between fire clay and stoneware clay. I notice that the former comes in small boxes and cost is rather high in the arts and crafts suppliers. Ther latter is pretty resonable for the 25 pound bag. How are they diffrent? Also the stoneware becomes waterproof when hardened. Any information will be appreicated. OH! I forgot to mention that I am trying to make a domed oven for baking in my bake yard. Thanks for your time.