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Go to a company that installs or services wells. Tell them you want some bentonite or the clay that is packed around a well casing. It should be cheap in in 50 pound or 20kg bags I would expect. Bentonite absorbs 13 times its weight in water, expanding and becoming VERY sticky. Dried bentonite mixed with oil forms greases. It is a great thickener and the most efficient "mud former" you will ever find.
Years ago we bought some cat litter that we would not buy a second time. Reason was it clunped up and formed a very stucky slick ball or lawer.
I had an area that I had thrown cat litter for many years. It was on a hillside and worked to fill in a dip. Dumped the litter a time or two and did not think much about it. Until I had it on shoes. It came off under hard running water and a brush. The litter had to be covered with many inches of dirt or you could not walk on it.
As for the brand I have know idea sorry.
This stuff is very cheap, and I'll guess you could get quite a few pounds of it for a few dollars.
It is most likely long gone from any store. It was a non-clumping type that when wet stuck to anything and was very very slick. How do I know. You guessed it. I stepped on some and my feet almost went out from under me.
The cat litters we use now are clumping types that with a lot of water added get sticky but they do not hold the water and become overly slick.
Cost of the cat litter is under $10 for a 20lb. container.
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