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??soda wash will stick

updated fri 29 oct 99


Anji Henderson on thu 28 oct 99

In reading this it reminds me of something once told
with in my ear shot........ "you can not stilt HF"...
Is this so??? And what are pads???
Just wondering..

--- Lynne Antone wrote:
> ----------------------------Original
> message----------------------------
> In a message dated 10/26/1999 8:35:50 AM Pacific
> Daylight Time,
> writes:
> << at the risk of exposing my ignorance. Can you
> dip a pot into the soda
> solution? and does it have to be wiped off the
> bottom in order to avoid
> sticking to the shelf.? >>
> Cheryl,
> As I recall the instructions from Dannon (we'll see
> if I was a good student),
> you can get the soda ash wash on the bottom of the
> pot, but need to put down
> pads to keep it from sticking to the shelf. I always
> applied the wash to very
> textured areas, so it was too difficult to wash them
> up completely. I waxed
> some first and tried the pads with others. Both ways
> work fine.
> I think it's best to paint the wash on, sometimes
> just one coat will give you
> enough shine. And whatever you don't use of the
> wash, if left sitting for
> very long, will separate out into crystals. I just
> carefully reheat it in the
> microwave just until melted again, trying not to
> boil the wash. I have never
> mixed up more than 1/2 cup at a time.
> Lynne Antone
> Olympia WA

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