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Survival tips: making vessels for liquids and cooking (VIII).

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Independent funding for a free lifestyle Polishing:

After your new vessel has dried naturally and is becoming hard - prior to cooking it -, you should sometimes polish its surface in order to improve it.

This may be necessary not only for aesthetic reasons, but in order to improve cleaning and hygiene. If the surface of the vessel ends being rough, it will be difficult to clean it.

A simple way to polish such a piece is achieved by moistening your hands, applying some abrasive material to the surface intended to be polished, and rubbing your hands over it gently, in a circular way.

Don't become so enthusiastic as to weaken your new vessel. A little polishing may be enough. You will not get Kanesh ceramics, but your attempts at pottery will indeed be successful.

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