mel jacobson on fri 21 jul 06
i do not kiln wash advancers with anything.
itc would be a waste...and i do not paint anything
wet on advancers.
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Norman Aufrichtig on fri 21 jul 06
i kinda thought that, but knew from earlier posts that you use advancers,
thought i was missing something.
i will get some of that itc for the posts as the sticking is sometimes a
problem even though i coat the tops of the posts with a mixture of wax and
alumina, sounds like the itc will work a lot better.
thanks, norman a
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From: "mel jacobson"
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2006 9:13 PM
Subject: [CLAYART] advancers/wash
> i do not kiln wash advancers with anything.
> no need.
> itc would be a waste...and i do not paint anything
> wet on advancers.
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