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When to use Magic Water?  It's used when the bond between two pieces of clay is a suspect for cracking during drying or bisque firing. Cracks can occur in the following conditions: When one piece of clay dries faster than the other which typically occurs when it has a smaller mass or thinner than the other piece (e.g., a mug handle).  When one clay piece is applied to another piece that is already a dryer leather-hard.

When to use Magic Water? It's used when the bond between two pieces of clay is a suspect for cracking during drying or bisque firing. Cracks can occur in the following conditions: When one piece of clay dries faster than the other which typically occurs when it has a smaller mass or thinner than the other piece (e.g., a mug handle). When one clay piece is applied to another piece that is already a dryer leather-hard.

Gerstley Borate 18.7% Lithium Carbonate 6.5% Alberta Slip 56.1% Silica 9.3% Zircopax 9.4% Colorants Tin Oxide 4.7% Bentonite 2%

Gerstley Borate 18.7% Lithium Carbonate 6.5% Alberta Slip 56.1% Silica 9.3% Zircopax 9.4% Colorants Tin Oxide 4.7% Bentonite 2%

Ceramic stamps I made for clay inside one of my wheel thrown bowls  Sellos de cerámica que hice para arcilla en uno de mis tazones hecho en el torno

Ceramic stamps I made for clay inside one of my wheel thrown bowls Sellos de cerámica que hice para arcilla en uno de mis tazones hecho en el torno

Easiest way to make kinetic sand with materials you can find from home!  #babyfirst #diy #creative #fun #kineticsand #kinetic #game #toddler #kids #children #games #artsy #crafty

Easiest way to make kinetic sand with materials you can find from home! #babyfirst #diy #creative #fun #kineticsand #kinetic #game #toddler #kids #children #games #artsy #crafty

“Does this come in blue?” Probably every potter who has worked an art fair or festival has been asked this question at one time or another. So, many potters keep a trusty cobalt blue in their glaze arsenals at all times. Cobalt is an extremely powerful colorant that almost always produces an intense blue, but that’s... Read More »

“Does this come in blue?” Probably every potter who has worked an art fair or festival has been asked this question at one time or another. So, many potters keep a trusty cobalt blue in their glaze arsenals at all times. Cobalt is an extremely powerful colorant that almost always produces an intense blue, but that’s... Read More »

Ceramic Arts Daily – Pottery Video of the Week: Screen Printing Colored Slips Onto Newsprint to Make Monoprints on Pottery

Ceramic Arts Daily – Pottery Video of the Week: Screen Printing Colored Slips Onto Newsprint to Make Monoprints on Pottery