I use soda ash and sodium silicate. In my limited experience, I never heard of using lye, or SHMP or TSP. John Lowes Sent from my iPad ... I use soda ash andlowes.john
Now about the *sodium hexametaphosphate* (SHMP) and Trisodium Phosphate Hydrous (TSP) .The experience of one friend/potter who says T S P won't work for terraroxhunni12747
I hate to rain on your parade, but unless it is a certain throwing texture you are after, then wedging is useless. I pinched and slabbed ceramics for years,meredith848
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