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Lesson Plans

RE: Smelly clay

From: Dease, Christine (
Date: Thu Apr 27 2000 - 14:27:14 PDT

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    I found out that if any newspaper or paper towels get in there then
    It creates a mold or something that smells like rotten eggs.
    Also if you keep it as wet as you can it will help.
    Good luck.
    Chris D

            -----Original Message-----
            From: Wendy Birch [SMTP:wendy570]
            Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2000 4:17 PM
            To: ArtsEdNet Talk
            Subject: Smelly clay

            I have a clay reclaim can (a plastic trash can) inside
            which I put water and have students place their
            leftover clay. The only problem is that is smells
            really bad-we call it the stinky feet barrel. Is this
            normal or am I doing something wrong? Is there
            anything I can do to reduce the smell?

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