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  1. I've been doing research on some pottery drying racks on wheels and they can be around $500. Would you/could you... use a professional baking rack instead? Here's the link and I also shared a photo. The cost is only $90 for the bakers rack and you can buy a plastic cover. Just curious what other potters think about it. Thank you. https://www.webstaurantstore.com/regency-20-pan-end-load-bun-sheet-pan-rack-unassembled/109RACKECON.html?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=GoogleShopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3o3z-tLM5wIVlOF3Ch1iFAXUEAQYAiABEgIjt_D_BwE
  2. Sometimes, when the humidity is high for several days, I would like to help the clay-drying process along. I don't mean to the point of bone-dry, only leather hard. Are any of you speed-drying any of your pots/mugs or their components (lids, handles). If so, how are you doing it , and how fast are you doing it? I'm pretty sure that too much, too fast , would cause warping and/or cracking. Toying with the idea of making a small heat tunnel for handles and lids. Put some lids and handles in, 15-30 minutes later, stiff enough to trim or attach. I don't know if this is realistic, but if it would work, I'd be on it in a light-second. It's not that I'm in that much of a hurry. It's that if I have to wait for between 2 hours and "overnight", for pieces to get leather hard,"just right", I'll find myself immersed in some other project, and I'll blow my window of opportunity. Good time management habits were left out of my tool pouch. Distractions were not.
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