reconstituting self hardening clay

cateyanneSeptember 9, 2008

maybe a dumb question but, does anyone know if it is possible to take a block of self hardening clay, like the kind you buy in craft stores and reconstitute?

It comes in either a gray natural or terracotta color. the blocks are still in their boxes, never used. They are hard now and I was just going to pitch them, but wondered if it can be done some how?

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