I tried filling my hollow body piece up with water before
I pickeled in an effort to keep the pickle out of the inside.
It sounded good but it did not work. Maybe I had the piece in
the pickel too long.
I would think that a hollow body piece/water would need two
holes, one for the water to enter, the other for air to escape?
Then, maybe it would continue to be full when thrown into pickle.
In other words, I guess I’m not surprised that this method
didn’t work well . . . maybe the piece should have been in left
in water longer, or should have been picked up (still in water)
so that water wouldn’t drip out before being put into pickle???
(just guessing . . .)
I’ve never thought of about the pickle being left in the hollow piece, until
it was brought up . . . I’ve made these, polished and sold, without
consideration . . . (oops?)