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Crafts and Decorating: Question about ceramics

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Lawrenceville, GA
(Zone 7b)

March 7, 2007
3:07 PM

Post #3257357

I have a few of these old ceramic planters and things that I want to put in my back yard. If they have only been painted (as far as I can tell) will they need a coat of polyeurethane to protect them and keep them from peeling? I thought about using these as stepping stones but they aren't flat. Also have some raggedy lookalike planters. These may be plaster, I'm not sure but they are tacky and I figured I could put them in the flower bed or give them back to Goodwill LOL LOL!!!!!!!!! ;)


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