Ross Hartman on wed 10 jan 01
I have never asked a question of the list but I have answered questions
on any occasion I thought I could contribute. So here's my first:
Due to the increase in the cost of natural gas our heating bill has
tripled over last year (the last one exceeded $600.00 for the studio and
the house). I am considering shutting off the heat in the studio for the
remainder of the winter. I have buckets and buckets of slip out there.
Is there a danger in freezing slip?
I can't seem to remember what the deal is here, it's been years since I
thought about it, but I thought that there could be damage to the
chemistry of the deflocculants upon freezing.
If this is the case what will I have to do to correct the chemistry of
the slip before I use it after thawing?
Thanks for any assistance.