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Repairing Broken Ceramic Platter - All Steps




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Repair Lessons
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Fixing chipped Italian platter lesson step-by-step lesson
Chipped pottery repair lesson
Keeping Cemented Pieces in Place While CuringKeeping Cemented Pieces in Place While Curing

Fixing broken vase - more complex repair
Restore vase lesson
How to Replace Stoneware Crock's rim using the potter's wheel
How to replace Stoneware crock's rim
Remove old repair, Mend the broken segments, fill gaps, sand filler, paint and glaze the repaired areas
Pottery and ceramic repair - all steps
kintsugi - mending broken pottery with gold
Kintsugi - mending with gold
How to repair crack in ceramic
How to fix ceramic crack
Restoring multi breaks and missing piece antique bowl
Restore bowl lesson w/ missing pieces
Cybis Arion Boy on Dolphin - Repair Broken and Missing Finger
Miniature repair w/ missing finger
Restoring ceramic sculpture with missing pieces using fired clay
Making missing part w/ fired clay
Repairing broken stone sculptures and statues
Repairing broken stone sculpture
Repairing broken plaster of paris tall lamp
Plaster lamp repair w/ missing parts
How to paint broken china, ceramic or pottery?
Painting pottery after repair
Restoring ceramic sculpture with missing pieces using fired clay
Sculpting missing pieces
Restoring small porcelain figurines - shoe
Miniature Porcelain
Removing old adhasive
Removing old adhesive

This Lesson Covers Old Glue Removal, Cementing, Filling Painting and Glazing Broken Ceramic Platter

Many of our restoration "How-to" tutorials and lessons cover one or two aspects of the repair process. After receiving many requests to see a repair example process from beginning to end (removal of old repair, mending, filling, sanding, painting and glazing), we have generated this video covering the full spectrum using commercially available materials for the DIY audience. This process can be used with plates, platters, vases, figurines, bowls, pitchers, urns and other items made with glazed ceramic.


Pottery Repair Video Tutorial A to Z

What you will need for mending steps:
1. Two-part clear 5 minutes PC Clear epoxy
2. Wooden stick, paper clip or a pin-tool

3. Container with pvc pebbles, resin pellets, or rice
4. Clay
5. Razor blade
6. Denatured or 91% Alcohol
7. Rag
8. Paper pad to mix Epoxy on

IMPORTANT: Ceramic restoration materials are not food safe, liquid or heat proof (over 190 degree F) and repaired items should not be used on cooking or food serving ware more...


What is needed to fix and repair broken pottery and ceramic?
To match placement of broken pieces so that gravity alone can keep proper alignment, fill a container, that is slightly larger than the piece you want to prepare with plastic pebbles, rice, or sand. This will cradle and hold the repaired piece still and in place while it cures. We use ABS Plastic Pellets made for injection Molding.

What you will need for filling steps:
1. Two parts Epoxy filler PC-11
2. Dremel with EZ lock sanding disc 120 grit
3. 220 grit sand paper
3. 400 grit sand paper
4. Rag
5. Mini Spatula

6. Paper pad to mix Epoxy on
7. Denatured or 91% Alcohol

IMPORTANT: Ceramic restoration materials are not food safe, liquid or heat proof (over 190 degree F) and repaired items should not be used on cooking or food serving ware more...



what is needed to fill cracks and repair lines

What you will need for painting steps:
1. Acrylic paints
2. Compressor and airbrush system. We use Paasche’s single action HS model
3. Brushes
4. Amaco rubber latex
5. Painters tape

6. Clear glaze



Keeping Cemented Pieces in Place While Curing - Lesson

Visit this lesson to see more details of maintaining cemented pieces in position

Keeping Cemented Pieces in Place While Curing

Painting broken china, pottery or ceramic tutorial
To hide the repair lines for a seamless repair, painting and application of 'Cold Glaze' are required and more details can be seen in our Painting Lesson






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