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How do you adhere clay to clay?

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2009-12-15 15:27:37
2009-12-15 15:27:37

It probably depends on what kind of clay you're using but when I did pottery in high school we made "slip" which was just basically very watered down clay. Then we scratched up the two slabs where we wanted them to join, put a coat of slip over the rough edges, and pushed them together.

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