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Jun 9, 2011 3:31 PM CST
Name: Regina James
Royal Palm Beach, Fl.
Now take the 4 inch pot that has been sitting off to the side that you have done nothing to and using the sand paper rough up the outside bottom rim and wipe off the dust.
Then using the caulk put a thick bead of caulk on the rim. Now looking into the 6inch pot line up the hole for both of the pots and press them together making sure they are centered. Thumb of 2011-06-09/royalpalmhoya/936136

Now picking it up by the outside of the 6 inch pot place it where it can dry for a few days. After the caulk dries it is ready to be planted into. You can test your pot first by filling it with water BETWEEN the two pots. If it doesnt drip at the bottom than you got enough caulk and a good seal between the pots.

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