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  1. Hi everyone, I've recently come into possession of an old horse barn (!) and have hopes of slowly turning it into a ceramics studio. Right now it's still very...horsey. But it has both water and electric so I think I at least have a good starting point. My question is -- has anyone worked in a studio with a dirt floor before? I can foresee some issues, especially with wet areas turning to mud... I don't really have a budget right now to pour a cement floor. Anyone have any advice? Thanks!
  2. From the album: Forum Discussion Images

    What happened when I ended up with two different colors of gray epoxy paint for the floor..."graphic camouflage"

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