[Clayart] confessions of a bucket lover
lis.allison at primus.ca
Thu Jan 23 18:57:47 EST 2020
Wine-making places sell terrific buckets, from small to quite large (20
gals.), with lids. They are white, strong and last forever. Several of
mine are over 30 years old and not brittle or stiff yet. The hardware
store buckets, or the free ones are fine, but they only last a couple of
On 2020-01-23 5:52 p.m., mel jacobson wrote:
> dear clayart. thread about pickle smell.
> i know, this email/thread will cause a great deal of suffering
> among bucket collectors. i know i am a bad person, but, i cannot
> help myself...i love new buckets...all orange, and black and green.
> brand new, with tight fitting covers. i love them.
> here it goes, my confession. I BUY THEM NEW.
> i know, pick yourselves up off the floor. I BUY THEM NEW.
> NO STINK, NO CRACKED OR BROKEN ONES. THE COVER IS THE SAME
> COLOR AS THE BODY. I MARK THE SIDES WITH OIL BASED CRAYON.
> ANY OF THE BIG BOX HARDWARE STORES SELL THEM. A FEW BUCKS.
> they have wonderful three gallon paint buckets too.
> and, if you are really a heretic, you can order a dozen of them
> on amazon at a very good price. an entire dozen. new, clean, wonderful.
> so, there you have it.
> you can even deduct the price on your taxes. supply line item.
> ok, i feel better now.
> with love to all.
> one other thing...when my tools get old and broken, i throw them out.
> i make new, shiny tools. i even bought new brick for the door of my kiln.
> you know, those bricks that you piece together from four broken bricks...gone.
> new k2300's. they make me shudder with glee. an entire case. new.
> website: www.melpots.com
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