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Sedona Red Clay No. 67 -- Low Fire (Cone 05) -- Talc-Free
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Sedona Red Clay No. 67 is a rich red color before and after firing and can be used for all hand methods of modeling: slab, push and pull, coil, sculpture, and wheel throwing.

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Low Fire (Cone 05) Ceramic Clays > Sedona Red Clay No. 67 -- Low Fire (Cone 05) -- Talc-Free

WARNING: No. 67 DRY (45125T): This product contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer.

Sedona Red Clay is AP Non-Toxic in Moist Form.
Dry clays with CL seal are restricted
from use K-6 (ASTM D-4236/LHAMA)

Lesson plans #9, #21, and #29 are some great projects utilizing this clay.

Click here to get an overview of our low fire ceramic clays with this comparison chart (PDF download).

 

  • Rich red color before and after firing
  • AP Non-Toxic in moist form
  • CL labeled for safety in dry form
  • Superb plasticity - ideal clay for all hand methods of modeling: slab, push and pull, coil, sculpture, and wheel throwing
  • 67-M will not slump and warp at low temperatures like other red clays
  • Firing range of Cone 05-02 with best results at Cone 05
  • Bisque is red at Cone 06 and a rich red brown at Cone 02
  • AMACO® glazes maturing at Cone 05 can be used with this clay. Colored transparent AMACO® LG, LT, O and A series glazes create unique affects on 67-M

Shrinkage: Cone 06, 11.7%; Cone 02, 13%
Absorption: Cone 06, 7%; Cone 02, 9.2%

Clay in moist form presents no hazard.

Preparing Dry Clays

Always mix dry clay in a closed polyethylene bag. Combine one pound of dry clay with four to five ounces of water or 28% water by weight. Expel air in the bag and tie opening securely with string. Knead until clay and water are mixed thoroughly. Aging 24 hours or longer improves plasticity.

Packaging:
Moist Clay:
50 lb. - two 25 lb. blocks of clay in polyethelene bags are packed in a 50 lb. carton.
25 lb. - one 25 lb. block of clay in polyethelene bag packed in a carton.
Dry Clay:
50 lb. dry clay is supplied in multi-wall kraft bag.

To download a copy of the MOIST CLAY AP (Non-Toxic) MSDS sheet in PDF format, please click here.
To download a copy of the DRY CLAY CL (Cautions Required) MSDS sheet in PDF format, please click here.

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Low Fire (Cone 05) Ceramic Clays > Sedona Red Clay No. 67 -- Low Fire (Cone 05) -- Talc-Free

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Bottle with Lid by Dan Gegen was created using AMACO Sedona Red Clay No. 67M and Texture Mold TM-2 Tribal Diamond.:


See lesson plan 17 to learn how to create a house like this by Carolina Pedraza.:


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Bison by George Debikey, was created using AMACO Sedona Red Clay No. 67M.:






Low Fire (Cone 05) Ceramic Clays > Sedona Red Clay No. 67 -- Low Fire (Cone 05) -- Talc-Free Available Items:

No. 67 Moist, 50 lbs. (Item #45131A)
$27.95

No. 67 Moist, 25 lbs. (Item #45011E)
$14.95

No. 67 Dry, 50 lbs. SEE CALIFORNIA PROP 65 WARNING (Item #45125T)
$27.95






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