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  1. So I have a bucket of black slip that I made out of some clay and it is in a thick "pudding" state. I want to thin some of it for brushwork or dipping. Knowing that if I add more water to this I stand the chance of it settling out or being too thin. Is a deflocculant the answer to keeping it suspended and at the right viscosity / specific gravity for application. I want to keep some of it thick for spreading and texture though. Thoughts?
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