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  1. Thanks for all the insight, everyone! It's helped me out a lot.
  2. Thanks for the info. Apart from just getting wet-dry sand paper, should I consider any specific grits? I've ordered some goggles and a respirator (not too expensive, really), so I can work on this in the next week or two.
  3. I currently have a P-95 respirator. Should I bother to go up to the next level (this really depends on the particulate, so I'm curious. The P-95 was primarily for resin sanding)? And, I'd probably be good to pick up some goggles, I suspect.
  4. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/pottery-making-techniques/ceramic-decorating-techniques/less-is-more-a-minimalist-approach-to-glazing-ceramics/ Hello, I am taking a class in ceramics right now (woohoo!) and this artist mentions sanding her bisqueware. We work with cone 10 clay, and I was wondering, will this technique still apply (yay newb questions)? I'd like to get my pieces nice and smooth. Thanks!
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