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[Cob] Curious about the clayShody Ryon qi4u at yahoo.com
Wed May 6 23:43:08 PDT 2009
Hi, I am not a cob builder. What I have read is that most places in the world that have somewhat normal soil, not like say the sahara desert, have a layer of clay as you dig down. If you have limited space and digging your building site down will not work, then you might need to import it, as I understand it, perhaps someone else will add to this. Shody --- On Thu, 5/7/09, Robert J Churchill <rjc2000 at pacbell.net> wrote: > From: Robert J Churchill <rjc2000 at pacbell.net> > Subject: [Cob] Curious about the clay > To: coblist at deatech.com > Date: Thursday, May 7, 2009, 2:19 AM > The word "clay" is used repeatedly > but really where exactly is all this clay coming from? I > have no idea where I'm supposed to get all this clay. For > me, it would be easier just to buy clay from a ceramics shop > but I don't even know if that would work. I live in an > urban area and it's not like we can just go out and dig up > clay at a local quarry. > _______________________________________________ > Coblist mailing list > Coblist at deatech.com > http://www.deatech.com/mailman/listinfo/coblist >
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