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Re: a few unrelated questions

Poster: Christopher M Faulcon <mfaulcon@or.atinc.com>

Logan and Arielle wrote:
> Poster: Logan and Arielle <logan123@charlotte.infi.net>
> Dan Mackison wrote:
> >
> > Poster: Dan Mackison <DanM@skantech.com>
> >
> > Here's a few questions I am having trouble finding an answer to
> > locally...
> >
> > 1) I seem to remember somebody mentioning something about lining a
> > homemade mug with "liquid glass" to keep it safe for drinking. Does
> > anybody out there now know more on this?
> <snip>
> The only product I have ever heard of with the name "Liquid Glass" is an
> encapsulated silicon compound used in the automotive industry as a top
> coat sealant.  Primarily it is used on classic and show cars, sometimes
> lightly  on vehicles placed on showroom floors for display.  There may be
> another but I know that "L.G." would not work to make something safe for
> foodstuffs.  Lord Gawain Kilgore (gregsta@microsoft.com) knows a good
> deal about coating leather jacks for that very purpose.

There is also a resin based product used in the coating of drinking horns that you might want to investigate. 
Last time I checked, it was commonly available at many craft stores, but I couldn't tell you what the name of 
the stuff is. If anyone does know, please forward it to this gentle.

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