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  1. Hi John - I do hope you had a brilliant trip without too much jet lag. I'm keen to learn once firing in an electric kiln and luckily I'm very interested in creating my own glazes. I'm located in South Africa so raw materials are a challenge (Strontium Carbonate for example is not to be found and other common N. American materials are incredibly expensive). I have researched Steven Hill and Dennis Parks as much as possible via internet. I have a few questions to start with: 1. My first test includes the Turner's White recipe - however we don't have access to EPK Kaolin and the local
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