[Clayart] Glazing the bottom of the pot

Ken Chase kchase235 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 09:18:50 EST 2017


I will pick one up today. What grit should i
Get Vince?
Thanks much
Ken

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> On Jan 3, 2017, at 3:45 PM, Vince Pitelka <vpitelka at dtccom.net> wrote:
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> In my experience, glazed feet are just as likely to scratch a countertop as unglazed feet that have been properly finished.  I like to go over them with an abrasive flap wheel on a bench grinder or motor arbor.  
> - Vince
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> Vince Pitelka
> Appalachian Center for Craft
> Tennessee Tech University
> vpitelka at dtccom.net  
> https://sites.tntech.edu/wpitelka/
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> From: Clayart [mailto:clayart-bounces at lists.clayartworld.com] On Behalf Of Deborah Thuman
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> Subject: [Clayart] Glazing the bottom of the pot
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> In the past, I’ve glazed the feet of a piece and then put either a chunk of fire brick or a small post under the piece. The critical part is to make sure the glaze doesn’t touch the brick or post. I have Corian counter tops and don’t want the counter tops scratched. Glazed feet are a good way to avoid that. 
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> Deborah Thuman
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