As soon as my little jar of clay mask is empty, I make a new batch. There is a bit of planning on this because, being a bit on the weird side, i like to use only rain water to mix in with the clay harvested from the earth.
The clay in this mix is from the North Central Plains (or Visitors maps calls Panhandle Plains) area of Texas, near Olney. To be precise, in the rocky paddock in front of the home of my rancher friends who live there. Early this spring, i made a road trip to go visit and amongst many activities, their children and i collected a couple gallons of good ‘ole Texas clay. (Our Missouri clay works great as well – it’s just red)