26 Comments

  1. PainInOurFather

    Can this work with cooking pottery? , my mother had bought a pot to cook with but the cover is broken in 8 different pieces and they don’t sell them in the U.S would it be safe to put it back together like this ? , it’s a pot for beans 😛

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  2. Bazlur Rahman

    Nice video. I have broken my favorite Japanese dinner plate and looking for a solution. although I have a vague knowledge of what to do and I have most of the kinds of stuff with me because I do fishing rod building and fine woodworking, so I have all the tools. Now I have to follow the repairing step by step. I saw on TV how Japanese professional fixed the broken pottery, which you have shown at the end. Thanks

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  3. The Artisan Tarot

    God I hope this works I have two tea cup saucers that both spilt completely down the middle on both plates thank goodness no pieces are missing. So I have four pieces that make up two different plates.

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  4. Stephanie Murray

    Hi, interesting video thank you , any tips for taking apart an old repair before re glueing ? Its an 18th century piece that was badly glued later and needs to be redone. Thank you

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  5. Gus Fermin Brens

    Thank you so much for such a great video.. I have a question, won't the clear epoxy yellow with age? I ask in case one has to mend an area where the epoxy will be visible… thank you in advance..

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  6. Jr Light

    Please do we have to use the wax warmer to warm the glue or is there any other way to warm the glue? Or can we use the glue without warming it?

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  7. daisy3690

    It would have been very interesting to see the finished work . Kind of like watching a cooking tutorial where no one tastes the finished food… do you really want to risk using all those precious ingredients after that let down? That said, I appreciate the very good accent in the voice of the teacher and the care and thought put into each step of the project. Certainly an artisan. ty

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  8. MAURICIO JAVIER ZAMORANO MOSNAIM

    Amazing job, applause, wish you were near by to give you my recently broken ceramic, however, I think your lesson will be very useful to try to do it myself

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  9. Chris Speakman

    This was fantastic – my partner devastated at the breakage of a present, as a keen modeller, this has been great to turn my hand to ceramic for the next few days!

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  10. BarbaraL Lowell

    Thank you for so graciously sharing your expertise with us. You devoted an appreciable amount of time and I appreciate your generosity and kindness. I like the alcohol idea, never thought to clean or blend with it. Sticky note too, excellent video.

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