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Mark C.

Member Since 09 Jan 2012
Online Last Active Today, 10:39 AM

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In Topic: Defective Amaco Wax Resist?

Today, 12:59 AM

High bridge

Wax is easy to work with-use a  cut sponge or brush to apply -let dry-then glaze pots.I set the pots on paper after waxing as it leaves a ring on a table. With detail work like cover a glaze say on a fish eye I use a brush but for po bottoms with feet I use a water dampened  cut sponge which

I leave in a low palstic cover tub with the wax in it.

have used many waxes but now only use Laguna clay's Mobilcer A

I thin it with a dab of water to sponge the bowl feet.



Mobilcer-A is the industry standard for was resist. Water based petroleum wax emulsion for decorating. Glaze is resisted where wax is applied. This wax resist is an excellent ready-to-use product. It has the result of paraffin wax without the mess or danger of heating. Mobilcer-A is thicker than Axner Premium Wax Resist and comes with instructions on how to thin it to your desired consistency.if ordering for shipment to cold regions during the Winter seasons.

In Topic: Brent C- 20 Years Old

Yesterday, 11:26 PM

I think 300$ to 350$

Is that a 12 or 14 inch whell head?Does it also have a splash pan?

I also feel they were made better long ago except for the newer ones are less noisy.

Make and offer on it

I have a  CXC and two Cs also a B and a older small A I use for trimming.


In Topic: Best Clay For Pizza Stone?

26 July 2014 - 08:32 PM

I would make them flat and stack them to bisque-the commercial ones are flat

Make it easy for yourself.


In Topic: Flying With Ceramic Material

26 July 2014 - 01:53 PM


He has been cooking potato bugs lately he said -I think its had some strange affects on him


In Topic: How Do You Deal With Injuries?

25 July 2014 - 08:14 PM

hes is spot on-I switched to softer clays and bought a peter pugger power wedger

still throwing as slip ware is been there done that.