AMACO Mexican Self-Hardening Clay
Mexican Pottery Clay is a terra-cotta-style pottery clay which can be used for the pottery wheel, modeling, or sculptures. The clay’s name comes from the color’s similarity to the bright red of Mexican/Indian pottery. Once the project is finished, it can be air-dried to a hard finish with a vivid red color. As with other air-drying clays, sculptors will need to mist this clay or keep it covered with damp cloths while they’re working. Per pound, the clay may be a bit more expensive than similar air-drying clays but comes in 5 and 25-pound packages depending on your needs.