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talavera plates

updated fri 7 sep 01


Russel Fouts on thu 6 sep 01


>>>My wife bought 12 Talavera plates in Tubac, Arizona. We >love the different patterns but there is one problem with them. >They are all glazed with the exception of the very bottom rim, >the section that rests on the table. We now find that after >taking them out of the dishwasher, the exposed pottery on this >bottom rim has absorbed some water and it will slowly seep >out.
Is there some sort of sealer or other product I could buy >to apply to
the exposed surface that would seal out water and >be dishwashe safe as
well. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. <<

You're missing a marketing opportunity. Sell them some placemats. ;-)

I'd also avoid the dishwasher and wash carefully by hand like Marci.



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