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  1. Does anyone have experience with the Gleco Sink Traps or the Buffalo Trap-Eze sediment containers? I'm starting a (very) small home studio, plan to dump my heavy sludge water outside, but want a sink trap when washing hands and some equipment. The Buffalo Trap-Eze container and fittings are less expensive, but seem similar to the gleco. Anyone with insight in comparing these 2 or have other insights? Thanks, -Adam
  2. Hi all, I'm in Montreal and am wondering if people have had success with air purifiers in the studio. We have an air vent connected to the window which we use for sanding and glaze mixing (and for the kiln of course), but I'm talking about general dust buildup and air quality. Our studio has about 20 members (kind of works like a gym but for ceramics) so it gets dusty really easily. Do plug-in air filters/purifiers work to help take harmful dust particles out of the air? If so, which models do you all recommend? Low wattage is best as our electrical wiring is pretty sketchy and the fuse tends to break fairly often. Thanks!
  3. Hello all, I am wondering if anyone knows more about the non-profit Spouts for Water's methods for producing clay filters for drinking water. I have a project where the clay needs to be porous enough to let the water through in much the same way, but not quite so fast. Having spoken with my supplier he recommended at the very least to pass 1000 degrees Celsius (I fired to cone 012) as a low bisque to gain a minimum bonding in the clay. This did not quite do the trick, and I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions on the matter for a cone to fire to. Thanks! Matthew
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