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Re: [teacherartexchange] clay cleanup help

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From: Su Doman (sudoman_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Dec 17 2005 - 06:45:37 PST


I use old wallpaper book pages for clay. We use the back side. The
larger books are a good size-like a personal placemat. We don't clean
them. I keep them in a box on the clay cart. Su
On Dec 17, 2005, at 8:37 AM, Tammy Willis wrote:

> I know my response is a bit late on this topic but here it goes. I was
> having problem with figuring out what surface to have the kids work
> on. I
> tried the table it left a film for days. Then I tried Styrofoam trays
> from
> the cafeteria but I was left with a big pile at the end of the day. I
> bought
> a shower curtain liner from the dollar store and cut it up.
>
> I now have the kids work on that surface. It takes up less space and my
> tables are cleaner. Although when rolling coils it does slide a bit
> too much
> so they build on the plastic and roll on the table until I come up
> with a
> better solution.
>
> Tammy
>
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