What Is Wedging Clay?


Wedging clay is the process of preparing clay for use. If the clay is not wedged, it will have an uneven texture that will make it hard and difficult to work with. In the extreme cases, unwedged clay is going to explode the kiln ruining other pieces that are being fired.
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