This recipe was shared by Sara Truman in the February 2019 issue of Ceramics Monthly.
I've been using this all-purpose slip recipe for years. It's stable and fits any clay body I have ever put it on. It looks beautiful low fired and at mid range. It also works in high-fired applications, and responds well to wood firing. It accepts colorants beautifully, and, when thinned-out, pours lovely as a liner or for exterior coverage. I add a little Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) if it gets too thin.
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