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  1. I use my own pottery everyday, I love the feel of it. My bowls and mugs are all different colors and textures, I use them for testing new glazes. I'm always experimenting with colors, shapes and textures. I want to know what works and what doesn't so I use and abuse my own pottery. We use a teapot from another potter. I don't think I can ever go back to the stuff from Walmart. My cupboards are a visual and tactile treat.
  2. I've had good luck using this on tiles fired flat. Shiny silver with black edges. I brushed on 5 coats. When I fired vertically it pulled. It was a dark grayish black gloss. Beautiful but not the silver that I got by firing flat.
  3. Are these the ones you use from Ikea that will hold a full bag? http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/10255897/ I'm short on floor space so these would be great if they are sturdy enough to not sag when full and stacked. Hi Min, The size "37" is 10 gal and it says to not stack higher than 3. The larger size "60" is 16 gal and says not to stack higher than 2. I think these look great for the large quantity materials. No need to see through because it is all white powder. TinaS, So you say that the 10 gal size will fit the 50#bag or is it the taller 16 gal? JLowes, thanks for the idea for the restaurant supply. I can think of a few things that would be much more cost efficient than from a pottery supply. I used the largest size and a full bag fit. I love it because I don't have to move stacks of buckets anymore.
  4. For the 50 lb bags I use stackable fliptop storage containers from Ikea. For smaller amounts I use large and small coffee cans.
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