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jrgpots

Member Since 15 Mar 2013
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In Topic: Are Zinc/tin Oxides Active At Cone 6?

Today, 03:22 PM

Thank you Marcia and Bob. I refilled by suppy of tin oxide and zinc oxide this AM. I was suprised at the cost of the tin oxide, $40-$55/lb depending on amount ordered. I got 1/4 lb.

Jed

In Topic: Are Zinc/tin Oxides Active At Cone 6?

Yesterday, 09:56 PM

Now that is service! I knew the tin helped with the copper in reduction to get the red and that was why I didn't mention it.

Thank you very much. I need to bite the bullet and get insight.

Jed

In Topic: Are Zinc/tin Oxides Active At Cone 6?

Yesterday, 09:25 PM

Thanks.

In Topic: Found A New Tool

Yesterday, 09:16 PM

I use balloon catheters to dip berry bowls. Insert the cath into the hole. Inflate the balloon. The balloon expands, fitting tightly in the hole, and secures the bowl so I can dip it into the glaze. The balloon is deflated afterwards.

Any urine balloon catheters will work. I like using a small catheter used to remove foreign bodies from the nose (see image). I could order some if anyone were interested.

Jed

In Topic: Found A New Tool

Yesterday, 09:15 PM

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