It’s an exceptionally fluid earth and water blend. The slip is poured into a Plaster of Paris shape of your pipe. A wire is precisely put down the length of the stem until the point when it achieves the bowl. The shape retains dampness from the slip for around 10 minutes. At that point, we can discharge the rest of the slip from the shape. As the dampness is consumed by the form the earth is left sticking to within.
The shape and substance are left to solidify for a couple of hours. At that point, the wire is painstakingly expelled and the form is aired out uncovering your pipe. The earth pipe is still extremely soggy and at this stage, it is said to be in a calfskin hard state. You can trim any Imperfections now effectively.