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I just dip plates: forefinger on the foot and thumb on the rim. After setting the plate down, I dab the rim with the glaze on my finger. If I see any drip trails, I use a Japanese kanna to scrap them off.
Yes, that is how I do it too, but when your plate is bigger than your glaze bucket or when you only have a small amount of glaze this way works.
I like the toilet brush tip, thanks for showing the overlap glaze too.
You bet Linda. Just figured that explaining it was not the best way...seeing it shows a lot more.
Ahhhhh...pass the plate through the glaze!! Love that! and I will be investing in toilet bowl brushes asap :)Thanks for the great video~
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