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Re: STONEWARE CROCK REPAIR

Posted By: Peter Dale <PeterCDale@wmconnect.com> (cache-dc05.proxy.aol.com)
Date: 7/24/3 21:38

In Response To: STONEWARE CROCK REPAIR (MARK MONTOZZI)

Mark, Before anything else consider that this crock, over the years, has all kinds of juices and fats possibly leeched into the tiny pores of the walls inside. Still want to trust the raw inside to your home brew V.S.O.P ? If so you may want to consider a large freezer/food grade plastic bag to line it with. If this approach is'nt a fit answer then contact a local dental supply house to find a product that would glue impressions or false teeth that are broken;also if they can suggest a liquid thats FDA safe to seal the inside walls with.There are dental glazes that can put a semi-glass surface on false teeth but it would cost $$$$$$.How about a wood veneer lining? Maybe some other ideas will pop up but chances are no one wants to recommend the 2 part 20 min. liquid epoxies because they may or may not be deemed unsafe. Good Luck.

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