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Re: [teacherartexchange] table coverings for clay

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cwise_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sat Jul 29 2006 - 05:46:49 PDT


I don't "get" the masonite thing. Don't most of us use plaster bats under work
in progress? Bats control hunidity and maintain the plasticity of the clay for
much longer periods than masonite. A 25 lb. bag of plaster fills plenty of pie
pans to make bats the work so nicely atop turntables. Once wrapped in plastic,
clay stays nice and moist if bats are properly soaked in water.

The vinyl tablecloths sound like a great idea.
Christa

Quoting "go4art@juno.com" <go4art@juno.com>:

> I also use the masonite boards that are tempered on one side and rough
> on the other. I have some round some rectangular. They work great
> for transporting work,etc. and don't warp. Many times we leave works
> on the boards and cover with dry cleaning bags. Otherwise we use
> Ziploc bags. I still cover the tables with vinyl table cloths with
> felt type back on the reverse from the $1 store.
> creatively, Linda in Oregon
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