I tend to save stuff up and dump them in in one go. outside on a still-ish day great big rubber gauntlets and goggles. it is very very dilute though, so probably a bit less risky. Re-enamelling is always a bit nerve-wracking, especially if stuff has been lead soldered, but sometimes the pay off is well worth it.
Originally Posted by Di Sandland
I think I remember that episode. bit of artistic license in it I think!
Originally Posted by Kwant
Chuffin hell (can't write the strong words I want to cos the forum won't accept them!) - I think you should stand away from the acid
I got my copy of the Linda Darty book today and Carole you were absolutely right, what a great book it is. Clear, interesting and inspiring, I feel less daunted by the whole thing now as it would appear even mistakes can be incorporated into ones design :0) which will suit me down to the ground.
My kiln came today hooray. I have already fired a couple of pieces of PMC, very happy with the results, well no explosions, and just fired my very first test of enamel, very encouraging :0).
Yay!! At last...........have fun ;-)