Thnx Min for your response. I've done all you suggested over the last 6 days...the last two being upside down ...with a fan ...but plastic around the rims. (Never used foam?) My concern now is are they EVER going to pop off and if so (without forcing) am I going to be able to foot them! You are right. I'm sure they (the bats) never really dried out as I had done 6 previously and it has been very humid here. A lesson learned I guess....but they feel really dry now!?
My other problem (you mentioned in passing) is I'm thinking the rims are pulling up (drying faster?) because I had to refoot my previous ones as they would end up raised in the middle ... Or spinning on that middle foot ring (which after losing a few I eliminated). I don't ever seem to remember having such a problem. What do you find is the best way to dry plates and platters. Upside down? Right side up with a heavy bat on top?
And clay lover... What's/is there a difference between plaster and hydro? I just find my old plaster bats uneven, and I like the convenience of pins.
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