Boston Encore Chips quality

davin

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Is it just me or does it look like the (spots)(pips) whatever you want to call them look painted on and is fading off? I always thought it was a pure clay insert of that color.


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Black chips with light and/or bright edge spots tend to get a lot of color transfer and show dirt really quickly. Shuffling a stack of SB T100s for 10min with the arc yellow and blue spots show black color transfer already.
 

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Anyway to prevent this ?
 

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Oiling before use will both help prevent transfer and in subsequently removing any transfer marks. But it's simply a fact of clay life with certain colors. Minimize shuffling of chip colors prone to transfer to limit transfer opportunities.
 

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Oiling before use will both help prevent transfer and in subsequently removing any transfer marks. But it's simply a fact of clay life with certain colors. Minimize shuffling of chip colors prone to transfer to limit transfer opportunities.
Initial oiling may help, otherwise hit the black chips with a magic eraser every few months
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