Alisa and Claus Clausen on wed 13 dec 00
Just goes to show again, the value of a true Guru. I was talking about =
Soda ash with Tony M.
and she asked if I used light or dense. I said, light or dense. Dunno, =
just big rocks I have.
I asked the most knowlegeable person I know in my whereabouts, and he =
had to do with the size of the particals, light being finer and would =
stay mixed better. =20
Truth or myth?
Alisa in Denmark.
Louis Katz on wed 13 dec 00
Shouldn't make much difference as they don't remain particles but go into solution.
It would make a differenece if you were mixing one of those very difficult to use lowfire glazes
that must be used immediately and is mixed out of high percentages of soda ash and other soluble
Alisa and Claus Clausen wrote:
> Dear Tom,
> Just goes to show again, the value of a true Guru. I was talking about Soda ash with Tony M.
> and she asked if I used light or dense. I said, light or dense. Dunno, just big rocks I have.
> I asked the most knowlegeable person I know in my whereabouts, and he informed that
> had to do with the size of the particals, light being finer and would stay mixed better.
> Truth or myth?
> Best regards,
> Alisa in Denmark.
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