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    allenc27 got a reaction from Chilly in Repatching a wedging table   
    I think I will just leave it as is
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    allenc27 got a reaction from Bill Kielb in Repatching a wedging table   
    I think I will just leave it as is
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    allenc27 got a reaction from neilestrick in Repatching a wedging table   
    I think I will just leave it as is
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    allenc27 got a reaction from Hulk in Repatching a wedging table   
    Thank you all
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    allenc27 got a reaction from Pres in Repatching a wedging table   
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    allenc27 reacted to Riorose in Gluing Pieces Before Glazing   
    BTW, I used your method of reattchment, re bisqued and then did the glaze fire. It held during the glaze fire although because of surface differences I needed to switch to an opaque glaze. It looks pretty good and I will use the method again if needed.
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    allenc27 got a reaction from Rae Reich in Alumina And Wax   
    Thank you guys so much, that's a lots of info. I will try the tap method and get some alumina hydrate for future teapot.
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    allenc27 reacted to bridgespottery in Gluing Pieces Before Glazing   
    Re: Glue
    If a small piece needs to be re-attached before a final glaze - there are a few variable that make or break it for me.
     
    I sometimes glue the piece on and then glaze it well around the attached part. If the attached part is going to fall off based on gravity - then it may do so in the kiln. If it's something like a knob on top of a lid, then gravity will keep it there regardless of the glue.
    If the attached piece is on the side hanging off - it never works, if it's sitting on something it works.
    Best of luck.
     
    Patricia Bridges
    Bridges Pottery
    www.bridgespottery.com
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