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How to Fix Broken Pottery Using Kintsugi

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  1. How to Fix Broken Pottery Using Kintsugi, How to Fix Broken Pottery Using Kintsugi: Schritt 1, Bild 1 von 1
    • Clean the pottery with water and dry it with a towel.

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    • Combine the resin and the hardener in a container creating the epoxy.

    • Add 3 drops of each (resin and hardener).

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    • Use a craft stick to add the gold powder (Mica Powder) into the combination of resin and hardener.

    • Use a pinch of the Mica Powder.

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    • Stir the combination (epoxy and Mica Powder) with a tooth pick.

    • Make sure to not leave the combination (epoxy and Mica Powder) too long without stirring because it will begin to harden.

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    • Apply the combination (epoxy and Mica Powder) on one piece of the pottery.

    • Make sure one of the broken pieces is fully covered with the combination before placing the pieces together.

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    • Combine both pieces of pottery and allow the epoxy to dry for 5 minutes.

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