Slip Trailing Bottles

Slip trailing can be used to create patterns, show decorative skills of the potter, or personalize items. Potter's slip can be successfully applied to a wide variety of clay bodies ranging from cone 06 to cone 8. Shake well before using to activate the deflocculant and provide good fluidity, then perforate the tip of the bottle using a needle.


Holding your slip trailer bottle upside down with the cap on, shake the slip so that it fills the tip end of the bottle to minimize air bubbles that might cause a break in the slip trailed line. Apply to moist clay for a raised line. Potter's slip may also be brushed on at any stage, but it will need to be thinned with water.

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  • Xiem Precision Applicator Set with 1-oz bulb and 4 Tips
  • Xiem Precision Applicator Set with 3-oz bulb and 4 Tips
  • Aftosa Bottle & Pen Tip Kit
  • Aftosa 2-oz Squeeze Bottle
  • Aftosa Fine Tip for 2-oz Squeeze Bottle
  • Aftosa Medium Tip for 2-oz Squeeze Bottle
  • Aftosa Bold Tip for 2-oz Squeeze Bottle
  • Amaco Slip Syringe
  • Falcon Applicator Bottle with 16 Gauge Opening
  • Amaco 2-oz Underglaze Applicator with 18 Gauge Needle
  • Amaco Slip Trailer
  • Kemper STB Slip Trailing Bottle
  • Minnesota Clay Company Black Potter's Slip
  • Minnesota Clay Company Blue Potter's Slip
  • Minnesota Clay Company Gold Potter's Slip
  • Minnesota Clay Company Green Potter's Slip
  • Minnesota Clay Company Lavender Potter's Slip
  • Minnesota Clay Company Pink Potter's Slip
  • Minnesota Clay Company Terra Cotta Potter's Slip
  • Minnesota Clay Company Turquoise Potter's Slip
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