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slusher

[′sləsh·ər]
(engineering)
A method for the application of vitreous enamel slip to ware by dashing it on the ware to cover all its parts, excess then being removed by shaking the ware.
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Through a collaborative method, Slushers (registered users) review, share, and fund their favorite submissions.
Before that, it was known as the legendary Algoden Hotel, once the subject of a Stompin' Tom Connors song, Muckin' Slushers.
Carl also collects corn items (a handsome display mounted on weathered barn boards included a corn knife, thumbstall and husking pegs) and slip scrapers, slosh buckets and slushers. Each season, he tries to put together a new display to take on the road.