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Re: clay question

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Numo Jaeger & Michael Miller (jaegmil)
Tue, 05 Oct 1999 20:07:39 -0700


You can formulate a slip to go on greenware, bone dry ware and even
bisque ware. Store bought slips are formulated for a larger range of clay
bodies. Some of them contain frits which make them stick better. Some of
them may contain gums which make them stick better.

Numo

At 08:23 PM 10/5/99 -0400, dj wrote:

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<excerpt> If you water down clay to make slip, and put that slip on the
<underline>outside</underline> of a piece, won't it crack??? Is it true
that "store bought" slips have an agent in them to stop the cracking???

donna

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