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[Cob] How warm must it be to work?Joseph R Dupont joedupont at juno.com
Mon Oct 25 16:36:00 PDT 2004
thank you thank you .. thank you.. Joe On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 12:51:54 -0700 (PDT) "Shannon C. Dealy" <dealy at deatech.com> writes: > On Mon, 25 Oct 2004, Joseph R Dupont wrote: > > > What is the deal with kitty litter. Is it clay or not? > > If it is could you mix it with paperpulp and make some kind of > adobe? > [snip] > > Not sure what this has to do with the oven discussion, but most if > not all > "clumping" cat litters are nothing but ground up, dried, bentonite > clay > (in some cases with additives, though if you look for the more > generic > brands, they are often pure clay -- check the label). I'm not > sure about the make up of other types of cat litters, probably > best to check the label. Bentonite can be very useful as an > additive for > certain types of mixtures (like paints and plasters), but it expands > and > contracts massively when it gets wet/dries, so cracking is > inevitable if > it is a significant part of the mix (a little goes a long ways). > I've > been using it as an emulsifier in some experiemental floor mixes. > The big > advantages of cat litter are that it is ground up so it mixes > readily, and > you can buy small quantities (10 to 50 lbs) at your local grocery > store. > > Shannon C. Dealy | DeaTech Research Inc. > dealy at deatech.com | - Custom Software Development - > | Embedded Systems, Real-time, Device > Drivers > Phone: (800) 467-5820 | Networking, Scientific & Engineering > Applications > or: (541) 929-4089 | www.deatech.com > > > > _______________________________________________ > Coblist mailing list > Coblist at deatech.com > http://www.deatech.com/mailman/listinfo/coblist > >
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