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shanas

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  1. Thanks for all the tips for all aspects of my issues. I'll have some things to figure out still it seems!
  2. Thank you @raereich. I am noticing I'm using less water. And I didn't realize throwing with slip instead of water is a better idea. Thanks for the tips!
  3. Thank you both. I figured it was fine going back to where it came from, but just wanted to be sure. I'm in Seattle so it will wash way over the next 2 days without a problem.
  4. Thank you for the tips. I am still unsure what to do with the 3 gallons of slippery water. I can use it for throwing, but I have so much. What would happen if I dumped some of it in my yard? I have some un-landscaped areas in my yard, is it safe for the ground? Sorry, these may be obvious answers, but as I said, I'm pretty new at this. I have also recently gotten a new clay body that I'd like to starting throwing, and this current bucket of slippery porcelain water wont' work with my speckled gold clay
  5. Thank you! What do you do with the water that you pour off? Where do you put it as I know it should not go down the sink?
  6. I have a relatively new home studio and have too much waste water and don't know what to do with it. I had been dumping all my throwing slop plus trimmings into a 5 gallon bucket. My plan (someone suggested from the studio I used to attend) was to siphon off the water into another bucket, then siphon that into another bucket so I was left with mostly clear water and dump that in my yard. Well, I have siphoned off the clear water and dumped it in my yard, and have a slurry of clay and trimmings that were in the bottom of the bucket that I am going to reclaim, but I have about 3 gallons of sli
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