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    Wispy Willow Designs got a reaction from bptakoma in Handbuilding Question   
    Hi... Iam new in this community and learning how to post so this may have posted again. The following is a recipe for Gorilla Slip that was in a 2006 article on Nils Lou . I have heard a lot of good things about it, you may want to give it a try. Enjoy, Wispy Willow Designs
     
    Gorliia Slip
    > 1 cup of Kaolin
    > 1 cup of Ball Clay
    > 1 Cup of Dr. Pepper cola
    > 1/2 cup of Stale Beer (Corona is preferred)
    > 1 Tablespoon of Elmer's White Glue
    > 1 Tablespoon of White Vinegar (for pH balance)
    > 3 Tablespoons gloss acrylic medium (a friend of mine used Liquitex Acrylic Gloss Medium & Varnish that she had purchased from Aaron Bros.)
     
    > The latter product (the gloss acrylic medium) makes the mixture thixotropic, so stir well before using, if desired thin with 50/50 white vinegar and water.
     
    > This slip will stick anything to anything and stores indefinitely in an airtight container.
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    Wispy Willow Designs got a reaction from nancirose in Handbuilding Question   
    Hi... Iam new in this community and learning how to post so this may have posted again. The following is a recipe for Gorilla Slip that was in a 2006 article on Nils Lou . I have heard a lot of good things about it, you may want to give it a try. Enjoy, Wispy Willow Designs
     
    Gorliia Slip
    > 1 cup of Kaolin
    > 1 cup of Ball Clay
    > 1 Cup of Dr. Pepper cola
    > 1/2 cup of Stale Beer (Corona is preferred)
    > 1 Tablespoon of Elmer's White Glue
    > 1 Tablespoon of White Vinegar (for pH balance)
    > 3 Tablespoons gloss acrylic medium (a friend of mine used Liquitex Acrylic Gloss Medium & Varnish that she had purchased from Aaron Bros.)
     
    > The latter product (the gloss acrylic medium) makes the mixture thixotropic, so stir well before using, if desired thin with 50/50 white vinegar and water.
     
    > This slip will stick anything to anything and stores indefinitely in an airtight container.
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