A laboratory experiment conducted to evaluate the action of some soil amendments on improving physical properties of two soil textures, Clay Loam and Sandy Clay Loam soils. Three soil amendments, with two doses each were applied. Aggregate stability and hydraulic conductivity values were found higher with Sandy Clay Loam soil (SCL) than Clay Loam soil (CL). For both soils all treatments gave significantly higher aggregate stability index than control treatment. For a given amendment used Wet Sieving Index as well as hydraulic conductivity were found increased with increasing dose level with both soils. On the other hand CL soil have, always higher moisture content than SCL soil with any treatment and moisture tension applied.