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When we had that problem at school, the hard chunk of glaze was placed between two pieces of canvas and pounded with a hammer. Occasionally it was  dumped on a screen, sifted and the larger chunks returned for pulverizing until they were small enough to mix and screen.    

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I use Liam's method. If it is in a 5 gallon bucket, I use hot water, soak it and as soon as soft enough, I use a jiffy mixer bit on my drill, and grind it up. When I moved back to Montana from Texas a few years ago, I tried to dry up all my glazes before putting them on a truck.

 

Marcia

 

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