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Samantha.Weber

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  1. Matt Glazes Turning Shinny

    Thank you all for your advice! I will surely use all of your tips!!!! My kiln is very basic, it has two knobs thathave settings for low, med and high. Ithas a kiln sitter, but it doesn’t have a thermometer. My firing schedule for bisque firing is: Bottom low for 12 hours w/ the kiln lid and peepholes open Low and low for 4 hours w/ the kiln lid and peepholes open Med and med for 4 hours shutting the kiln lid and peepholes High and high until the kiln shuts off on its own The schedule for my glaze firing is: Low and low for 4 hours w/ the kiln lid and peepholes open Med and med for 4 hours shutting the kiln lid and peepholes High and high until kiln shuts off on its own
  2. Matt Glazes Turning Shinny

    Hello! I am pretty new to the firing process. By new I mean that I have fired my kiln a total of 4 times. I bought 4 different glazes that are all meant to come out matt but they all are turning shinny. I fire to cone 6 (mid fire). Also, in the last firing I did there were little holes in the glaze on some of my pieces, what are they from? Any help would be wonderful!!! I am lost!
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