Is Unglazed Pottery Food Safe?

There is no limit of doubts on the matter of whether the pottery I am making and using is food safe or not. Similarly, many questions or doubts arise regarding the factor that if the unglazed pottery is food safe. Some say it is not food-safe, while a few claim it to be safe-to-use.  …

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How to Fix Chips in Your Pottery?

Ceramics and pottery arts are something that can highlight your décor and can transform your space into an attractive one. But despite all the pomp and show these articles display, they are very delicate and can easily chip off if you tend to handle it carelessly or due to a small jerk.   Such an…

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Sax True Flow Crystal Glaze Review

When it comes to giving a smooth texture to a pottery piece, nothing can be better than a glaze. However, not all glazes are the same. Hence, it is wise to choose your glaze very carefully that can turn your pottery piece into a masterpiece.     If you are seeking for the best glaze…

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How to Fix Pinholes in Your Pottery Glaze?

Though it seems easy, glazing can often be more frustrating than you can ever imagine. While glazing, you might face problems like pinholes that appear on the pottery body. Pinholes mostly come out as small holes, which are not much larger than the head or tip of a pin. Most of the time, pinhole potteries…

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Why is My Pottery Clay Always Sticky?

Working with pottery clay is quite tricky. Sometimes it’s too hard to work with, and at times it’s very sticky to build any shape. So, the clay must be soft and pliable enough to be able to mold it. But too much stickiness can create a lot of mess.   Struggling with your clay’s texture…

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Before You Glaze, You Must Do This First

Glazing is a real struggle, especially if you are not sure of what you are doing. It can make or break the whole look of the piece that you have been working for days. Though glazing takes a lot of patience, it is a fun-filled process to do and see the piece turn out like…

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Why Does My Pottery Clay Break After Baking?

Compared to the other steps and processes of pottery making, baking the clay might seem to be easier. But it’s certainly not. There are plenty of tricks that need to be maintained while baking clay.   Baking plays a vital role in crafting pots by turning a simple lump of clay into a ceramic ware.…

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When Not to Use Pottery Glue?

What will you do if your favorite pottery cup or ceramic coffee mug breaks into pieces? Probably, you’ll certainly try to give it a new life by using an adhesive if the pieces are sizable enough to work with. And precisely this is where ceramic glues benefit us. It is a quick fix solution for…

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