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  1. Thank you guys, this is VERY helpful! The defects are mostly with print. I don’t do traditional ceramics like most of you - I pre-buy ceramic mugs and then sublimate images onto them. I may have issues with fading, or spotting, or something, and so I don’t ship them out. 80% of them are pass-able by most peoples’ standards and then there are some with more significant errors. I’m getting some great ideas from this and I am VERY grateful for these extremely thought out responses. To answer some questions and make some comments: Haha, that's an excellent way of looking at things. We have 2k square feet total and the Wall of Shame is upstairs, mostly out of sight. You bring up a good point though - even if not taking up physical space, why even energetically have them there? If I did ceramics the way that most people here did, I would LOVE to do this. That'd be so fun. Most of my clients are people online that I haven't met yet. HAH!! A wall of mugs - how awesome. Everyone, thank you very, very much. This is really helpful and I appreciate the warm welcome and detailed responses even though this is my first post.
  2. Hello! I am looking forward to spending more time in this community. I'm curious if any of you have any ideas on what to do with extra mugs that came out bad for whatever reason? I have a HUGE "Wall Of Shame" compiled over time, with close to 1k mugs I haven't wanted to send out. I'm wondering if there's some way to make money off of it instead of just having to lose it all. I'd be very grateful for any ideas, and thank you VERY much!
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