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Pottery Art | Reddit by /u/restequalsrust - 3h ago
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I mix my glazes outside in my driveway. Usually just small samples to test and glaze a few pieces at a time. I'm never mixing more than 300g.

I have a N95 Dust mask that I wear. Is this adequate or should I upgrade?

What mask do you use?

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