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I have a pump and what was slip in a rather large comercial slip/moldcasting system. I left it uncovered for about a year now and it has turned into a rock hard mass of slip. I would like to know if it is possible to reconstitute it all somehow. Any suggestions?

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I take mine and put it bucket and break up pieces with a clean hammer or piece of wood then put on a mask and use my drywall mud mixer to break it up more.

 

Add hot water and add a little bit at a time to good slip after it is reconstituted.

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I have a pump and what was slip in a rather large comercial slip/moldcasting system. I left it uncovered for about a year now and it has turned into a rock hard mass of slip. I would like to know if it is possible to reconstitute it all somehow. Any suggestions?

 

 

i would try to add some warm water too it and keep it covered for approx a month. then check on it try to brake it up with a jiffy mixer. i would let it settle down again scrape the excess water off and make it into slip. i would then lay the slip on an absorbant surface such as dry plaster( just be careful not to get any plaster that is basically like clay death) then you can rewedge and use it again same idea as reclaiming.

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