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I am absolutely not an expert here, however I would guess that the 24-hour time period Is really all you need. So I'm guessing you have no clay.
Let's ask Bryant Redhawk.
 
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Mel, sorry not to reply sooner. There may be no clay. What did you determine?
 
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