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mishelart68

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  1. liambesaw, neilestrick ... thank you guys! I will try these steps.
  2. Okay ... that must be it. I used sodium silicate in my mix. How do I correct the problem since I've already used sodium silicate?
  3. Hello ... I recently mixed a fresh batch of porcelain slip and mixed in some older slip that I'd had a some months. It mixed smoothly, but now, after a few days, the water is on top and all thr solids are on thr bottom of the bucket. When I try to use my drill mixer, it's clumpy and hard to do. How do I fix this? I thought about scooping the mix out by hand and sieving it into another bucket.
  4. I appreciate all of the information in this posting regarding kilns. I am a fine art major preparing to graduate and want to set up a home studio. We use Skutt kilns and one massive gas (cone 10 kiln) at school ... I prefer working with high fire pottery and really enjoy the aesthetic benefits of cone10 porcelain. I enjoy making both large sculptural and smaller functional pieces. Regarding kilns, I prefer front-loading kilns. What steps should I take to have a gas kiln installed? What are the best types of gas front-loading kilns?
  5. I appreciate all of the information in this posting regarding kilns. I am a fine art major preparing to graduate and want to set up a home studio. We use Skutt kilns and one massive gas (cone 10 kiln) at school ... I prefer working with high fire pottery and really enjoy the aesthetic benefits of cone10 porcelain. I enjoy making both large sculptural and smaller functional pieces. Regarding kilns, I prefer front-loading kilns. What steps should I take to have a gas kiln installed? What are the best types of gas front-loading kilns?
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