How to prepare Redmond Clay
Just what do you do with Redmond Clay once you get it? Watch this short clip for some beginner tips.
Hydrated Redmond Clay is typically two parts water to one part clay. To prepare your clay, pour one 10-oz. jar of dry clay powder into a quart-size glass jar. Fill the empty 10-oz. container with water and pour it into the jar, then put the lid on the jar and shake vigorously. Add another 10-oz container of water to the mixture, shake it again, and leave it on your counter overnight. By morning, Redmond Clay will be fully hydrated and ready for use, with a consistency similar to mustard.
Kept in an airtight container, hydrated clay will never dry out, separate, or go bad. If your clay seems thick or is left out and begins to dry, simply mix in water to reach the desired consistency. Since temperature extremes don’t affect clay, it can be stored wherever it’s convenient–your fridge, cupboard, car, or purse.