Which is better, clay or clay dyed clothes?

Updated September 14, 2018 07:08:54 When you buy a pair of cotton or wool clothing, the only thing that matters is the color.

But, when you buy cotton or linen, you’re not just getting the color, you might be getting the pattern.

That’s because a lot of people use clay to dye their clothing.

But that’s not necessarily the best choice.

For the past several years, a lot has been written about the potential of clay dyeing as a way to get color into clothing.

Some of the research suggests that clay can actually make you more susceptible to diseases, but most of the studies haven’t been rigorously conducted.

A new study, published in the journal Nature Communications, looks at how clay can alter the color of a cotton garment.

The researchers tested several types of clay, including sand, water, and charcoal, and found that clay actually alters the color and texture of a garment in a way that’s different from the results obtained with other materials.

And they also found that this color change is different from a dyeing process.

This is because the dyeing method is more like a light-emitting diode (LED) light source.

Clay can produce a chemical reaction called an excited state that produces a color that has a slightly different hue and pattern from that of other dye.

These reactions occur in a number of ways.

For example, when a dye is exposed to a bright source of light, the dye absorbs some of the light.

The light is absorbed and the dye begins to change color.

When this process occurs, the light’s energy interacts with the chemical compound that produces the dye.

The chemical reaction produces the pigment in the dye, which can then be absorbed and changed into the desired color.

If you look closely, you’ll notice that clay and the other materials that produce the color are not just different colors.

When a clay dye is applied to a fabric, it causes a chemical change in the fabric that changes the pattern and texture.

When these chemical changes are applied to the textile, the results look very similar to a light emitting diode light source, which has the ability to change the color over time.

For this study, the researchers were able to examine how this process worked in different kinds of clay.

They found that when a clay is applied, it increases the amount of light emitted by the dye to the point where it causes an increased reaction between the chemical reaction and the light source it’s being applied to.

This increased reaction can result in a slightly altered hue and texture, even if the dye is not dyed with clay.

This enhanced reaction allows the chemical change to be applied to fabric.

So, the color change occurs when the clay is in the cloth.

So when we dye clothes, the chemical changes created in the reaction occur to produce a more natural and healthy looking dye.

As a result, the result is a cleaner and more beautiful result.

The next step is to look for the best clay for your needs.

The study found that a lot depends on what type of clothing you want to use.

For many, the answer is a combination of sand, soil, and clay.

However, there are some clay products that are better suited for certain types of clothing, like wool or woolen fabrics.

And while there’s no reason that a clay should be avoided for clothing, you should be careful with the clay you choose to buy.

For clothing, a clay that’s designed for a specific purpose will produce the same result regardless of the type of fabric you’re using it on.

For more information on clay and dyeing, see the ABC News section on the Science Channel.