Frequently asked questions

General questions



Unfortunately no, you must place your orders directly on our website.
Yes. Write to us at info@clubterracotta.ca and it will be our pleasure to send you our wholesale price lists.
Yes. Write to us at info@clubterracotta.ca and we will be happy to talk to you.

Produits



Nooooo! And that’s the beauty of our DIY kits. We wanted to make pottery accessible to everyone at home, without having to fire the pieces in a ceramic kiln.

We use natural self-hardening clay, which air dry in 24 to 48 hours, to which fibers have been added to make it more resistant. It therefore does not, and cannot, be fired in a ceramic kiln or even in a conventional oven.

However, since clay does not fire, you will not be able to eat or drink in your creations, but you can make a host of other objects.
Well packed in the bag, the clay will keep for about 3 months. It is when in contact with the air that it begins to dry, so take care to close the bag containing the wet clay.
Once your piece is sculpted, it will dry in about 24 hours. On the other hand, if it is very thick, it may take longer, even 2-3 days.

To make your creation water resistant, you will need to apply a few coats of paint and sealant, provided in the box. Let dry well between coats. If you are making a pot for a plant, we advise you to leave your plant in the plastic pot that comes with your plant and take it out to water it.
Since clay does not fire, it is not food grade, so you will not be able to eat or drink in your piece.

Delivery

 We process orders in 1 to 2 working days and then ship them via Canada Post or other carriers, depending on the adress, it takes between 2 to 8 days. 
At the moment, we deliver to Canada and the United States. 
 
If you don't want the package to be left at your door, please write to us at info@clubterracotta.ca to let us know so we can choose the carrier accordingly or let them know to keep the package.  
 
Unfortunately not.
We offer free delivery on orders of $120 and more. 


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