[Clayart] Repairing pin holes and blisters?

Tommy Humphries tommyhumphries at sbcglobal.net
Thu Nov 17 15:58:15 EST 2016

Since they decided against using the studios clay, which I assume all the glazes have been proven on, the fault is strictly theirs. The responsibility of testing compatibility of clays and glazes comes down to the end user...unfortunately not all clays and glazes will work with each other.

Tommy Humphries

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> On Nov 17, 2016, at 7:15 AM, Cyndy Littleton <shorthill at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks! I know you cannot control things which are out of your hands, but
> I am asking if there is an answer. My open studio folks have taken it upon
> themselves to bring in their own clay and not purchase the studio's clay.
> Since I am just the "grunt", I have little say. I received a nasty note
> about a "ruined bowl which is now trash material". I looked at the bowl.
> The glaze is usually very reliable, but can run if thick. The entire bowl
> was covered in large pinholes. Suggestions? It would be nice if this grunt
> could become a "hero" every once in a while.
> Cyndy
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