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updated sat 17 jan 04


Susan Setley on fri 16 jan 04

In a message dated 1/16/04 1:37:02 AM, dfinkelnburg@CABLEONE.NET writes:

> Working at leather hard is exactly like
> handbuilding where you are working with hard slabs. In both the hard slab
> construction and joining wheel-thrown pieces at leather hard you need a
> joining slip that is very thick, as thick as possible.

In addition I would like to suggest to all that they make their joining slips
with Lana's magic water instead of regular water.

:) It REALLY works.

Susan Setley on fri 16 jan 04

PS you can even seal joined joints (and extended clay around them, to force
the moisture to equalize more) with liquid wax.