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Patching terracotta glaze

From: Howard B. Wellman <hwellman>
Date: Monday, October 29, 2007
Peter Wollenberg <wbconservation [at] sbcglobal__net> writes

>Has anyone else used Edison products to patch damaged architectural
>terra cotta glaze? What coatings have you used to replicate matte
>glaze color and texture? Have you used coatings other than those
>made made by the patching manufacturer?

Have you considered the Jahn Mortar Terra Cotta patching material?
It consists of a mortar-based substrate, and a mineral-based glaze
that can be tinted.  Available in the USA through Cathedral Stone
Products.

Howard Wellman
MAC Lab
410-586-8577


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