How to recycle old ceramic molds?

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Answered: Ceramic mold of a moonshine jug

If you go to a hobby shop or arts and crafts store, they should be able to help you. I only know of jugs made by hand, but there probably are slip molds for them as well.

Answered: Altering ceramic mold drain holes

The plaster is easy to shave with a scalpel or ceramic hand mini drill tool. Just be careful, the hole is usually a certain size for a reason you might not see.

Answered: Recycling Electronics?

Everyone should make an effort to recycle - there are companies who will help with your WEEE recycling such as Equanet who recycle IT Equipment .

Answered: Mold removal

Use one of the clean cloths to gently wipe off as much of the surface mold as possible.Try leather soap and soft bristle toothbrush to get into the grain of the leather.If a leather soap is not available, try a solution made of one part denatured alcohol to one part water. However, keep in mind this ...

Answered: How can I create a Raised Texture in Clay or Slip on a pre fired Bisque

The only way to successfully get a raised texture now is to use a textured, speciality paint. What kind of bisque is it and what do you want to accomplish? Are you going to glaze it or drybrush?
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How do I get rid of old paint cans etc.?

Discarding oil-based and other dangerous paints: Oil-based paint is flammable and the fumes can be dangerous. Lead paint, mold-retardant paints, old paint and aerosol paints are also dangerous to health and the environment. To discard, take them to a hazardous waste disposal center. Many landfills ...

Mail sent to old Netscape.net address

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Recycled materials

With the invention of plastic containers then the microwave..people have been warned against heating or cooking food in the plastic..but not many knew why. Because the plastic is made from by-products of oil ( which also becomes gas) the food absorbs the chemicals.ALL recycled material is a by ...

Recycling

It is possible, but it may not be common in your area. Styrofoam (aka polystyrene) usually isn't accepted by curbside recycling programs & even if it is, they may not take styrofoam contaminated by food. Best bet is to contact your local waste management utility. You can also search at earth911 ...