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  • Stoneware clay

    What is the difference beteween this and fire clay? What brands are there in Texas? any help will be appreciate. Thanks

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    Re: Stoneware clay

    Don't know, but for sure, if you search google for 'refractory' in or near del rio, you will have a surce for fireclay and that is what you want. Some pottery supply places have fireclay in 50 pound bags too. HTH
    Lee B.
    DFW area, Texas, USA

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