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  • Hey guys ! this is Alex and this is part two of the kintsugi story

  • You know that beautiful Japanese art of repairing broken ceramics. Thanks to me. Do you Yamashita? I now have the

  • Varnish I needed an actual lacquer or something

  • It's more like a figure to create that perfect modern

  • Sheets on that traditional technique and that is hopefully gonna help me a lot

  • If I want to fix my beloved

  • Japanese boat, of course before I can do that. I need to perform loads of gluing bonding tests, and that's why I've got myself

  • load of second-hand slash damage slash chipped mugs bowls

  • Let's do this

  • Three tests in mind go from super simple all the way to a tad more

  • Complicated but I couldn't wrap my head around

  • Making my own brand new cups. It doesn't fit with the whole philosophy of kintsugi

  • Those are all you know slightly damaged or bit chipped

  • Pieces which is fine cuz I'm gonna fix them

  • Anyway, when I bought it was only slightly chipped, but because of my very safe and steady bike ride

  • Things are a bit more useful for the kintsugi technic. Probably I

  • Know this is for greater good, but still it's gonna be painful to work for science

  • In this case a cup is very unlikely to be taken now

  • Okay, test number one the sharpie and some Krazy Glue

  • So when facing a new obstacle a new problem, I usually go for the most simple obvious solution itself

  • even if it sounds a bit simplistic sometimes exact same situation what I'm looking for a parking spot, I

  • Go straight to the the first operation has to be some sanding action

  • Those cans says so there seems to be a bound

  • What's going super well there might be an interaction between the

  • Sharpie ink and the superglue which I left open. What a nice way to start

  • Okay test number two, I'm gonna be using sugu if you're not familiar with this is like a firm playdough kind of glue

  • I've been using it quite a few times to fix things around the studio, but I never thought about fixing you know

  • Sarah me until I saw some pretty lovely fixing over on Pinterest. You know that beautiful thing. I'm gonna try to do that

  • Yeah, I know it looks like a mess at the moment but trust me it's always the case when you're making something

  • Okay, since we got a bit of time while it's drying

  • I just want to give you a little

  • Kintsugi fact that Japanese technique is usually regarded as being part of a, you know, wider world view called wabi-sabi

  • within this perspective on life in general things not only are beautiful because they're symmetric or just

  • Perfect or permanent but more because they are impermanent

  • imperfect and incomplete

  • Okay, so to fully cure Subaru needs 24 hours, but we can remove the excess way before that

  • That might not even be a need for

  • Test number three just want to check something super quick from my personal peace of mind. Okay, so guru

  • food

  • Must be okay. I mean it's silicone based

  • Silicone is food safe. It must be good

  • That's a shame guys I love the red light, okay

  • I'm gonna kick things up a notch. And in this test, I'm gonna be using epoxy glue. Right and since this is liquid

  • I'm also gonna add some gold color a quick disclaimer about epoxy. I'm not gonna replicate the same mistake twice

  • This is food safe epoxy

  • I can share a link in the description box down below and even this is a food coloring

  • So things should hopefully be fine

  • This a few rules should be respected in order for things to go in the right direction like not to be a spitter

  • That's what I mean one working ventilated area where gloves?

  • I'm afraid I'm currently facing a difficulty this reason that I'm using it's too runny this time, so

  • So, I think it's at the core of its composition since there is no additives there is no

  • You know catalyzer other than be hard on it. So it's almost impossible to you know, keep two pieces together

  • While they're curing. Well, I know what I could do

  • I could be using this super not food safe a five minute epoxy which is super convenient

  • It holds the pieces together while it's curing it's just personally I wish I could use that

  • But instead I'm gonna find another idea for this

  • I'm fed up with the test. It's probably time to grow a time to get the ball out and fix it for good

  • So many pieces I guess that's what I live for, okay, so three two one

  • If I drop it I'm gonna kill myself 100 percent

  • Sookie this tutorial might be one of the very few on the Internet which makes it food safe at the end

  • It might be the only one pardon my french

  • Is it a cocky comment? Yes my French guy cooking

  • Yes

  • Guy cooking. I'm the French guy cooking

  • Right. So in order for you to replicate that process at home

  • Here's the whole thing

  • broken down ballot by ballot first you need to perform what is called a dry fit just to understand how the pieces

  • Work together then you need to send the profile of the section. Then you need to mix the epoxy glue

  • Respecting the exact proportions technically you would then use that vision straight away. But that's where I

  • Defer from from from the rules again instead. I wait

  • for the glue to be stickier and

  • figure take the pieces together don't start with like like a hundred pieces if you're actually

  • Missing a piece on your repair then you can replace it with a mix of wheat flour plus epoxy glue

  • Then you'll have to wait for about eight hours there using a blade you want to trim up to remove the excess

  • glue on those lines

  • Next you want to brush those line with a very thin

  • Paintbrush, but this time you don't have to wait for the glue to dry

  • in fact

  • It's better to use it when it's really run and that's when you want to sprinkle a lavish amount of gold powder

  • It will stick to those lines and then you will wipe out the excess

  • When in my defense I said I was gonna create a nice cheats on it

  • I didn't say I was just gonna break the rule of the universe and also you gotta take into account that the

  • Traditional method takes three months. This is like

  • Probably a day or two of work. It's just

  • piece of cake from a Japanese point of view

  • So just so you know

  • I made another piece really thin porcelain of China if I say French China bit confusing copy

  • I will ship that directly to mizu you Yamashita's studio. Not exactly for her to appreciate my

  • Interview skills. I know it's just a way of saying thank you. So guys, that's it

  • I hope you enjoyed this video

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  • Hashtag of this channel so long

  • I'll put a link to my book in the description box down below if you already have that book then god bless you

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  • It really helps and last people click subscribe because I make new videos about food

  • This time it was about dishes next time it's gonna be about ingredients. Who knows

  • Maybe I don't so you come. So in the meantime. Take care. Bye bye

Hey guys ! this is Alex and this is part two of the kintsugi story

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金津木で(foodsafe)ハックをしてみた。 (I Made A (foodsafe) Hack On Kintsugi...)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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