Pouring Ceramic Mug Molds.

birdoasisSeptember 21, 2008

I have two problems.

1) How do you get the clay to go into handles?

2) How do you get the excess clay to pour out easier? I had to stick something in the clay and stir to get it out. Still didn't get all of it out, but I can work with that.

Thank you!

John Patrick

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minnie_tx

John It's been so long since I poured anything. I think you just have to do what you are doing. Did you ask over at the Cly and Ceramics forum? It isn't very busy there but someone might pop in and have an answer for you hope so

Here is a link that might be useful: Clay and Ceramics GW

    Bookmark   September 22, 2008 at 1:34AM
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