8” or 12” Sticky Pad - Pottery Gripping Pad

Blue Pottery Gripping Pad

8” or 12” Sticky Pad - Pottery Gripping Pad

Regular price $36.00
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Our Sticky Pad is a must-have pottery tool for trimming greenware and low-profile pieces. The thick, rubbery material helps grip the piece and adds extra stability, making the trimming process easier and resulting in a better-finished product.


  • 8-inch (203.2 mm) or 12-inch (304.8 mm) diameter
  • 3/16-inch (4 mm) thick mat of rubberized material
  • Adheres to a smooth, dry, clean glossy bat or wheelhead
  • Grips greenware pieces for trimming
  • Draw centering rings on the surface using a ballpoint pen
  • Works best in conjunction with our Pottery Trimming Spinner


  • Keeps pieces stable on a banding wheel for detailing
  • Use it like a foam trim bat; trim without needing clay lumps
  • Designed for trimming dinnerware, greenware, and low-profile pieces
  • Ideal for working with clay that’s leather-hard or bone-dry
  • Can stabilize a piece of foam for a custom trimming chuck
  • Cuts down trimming time dramatically


    • Use all safety precautions
    • Keep away from small children
    • Sticky Pads must be used dry only 
    • Keep a slight downward pressure on the piece
    • Do NOT use with tall, unstable, or out-of-balance pieces


    • S4: This Trimming Spinner stabilizes your piece and helps you make division hash marks


    • EXPL SET: Our 7-Piece Explorer Set includes the T1, P1, S1, S4, A2, SR and P1-2
    • TKSET1: The Trimming Tool Kit #1 includes the T2, T3, a sticky bat and trimming spinner
    • TKSET2: The Trimming Tool Kit #2 includes the T1, T4, a sticky bat and trimming spinner
    • TKSET3: This Trimming Tool Kit #3 includes the T5, T6, T7 and a sticky bat
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews

    Love this it really holds nicely


    I have been wanting one for a long time and finally got it. Works great just like all the Diamond Core tools. It is nice to be able to trim to the rim.


    I’m trying out the 8” first and I’m liking it so far, just need to learn the quirks. I am so ready for the next size for those bigger projects.