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Jasmineceramics

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    My white glaze always bunches together

    The clay is ‘pizza/sculpting body’ from scarva. I’ve used it to make a unicorn for a friends daughter which she asked me to do white, so I did a test fire and that picture is how it turned out ive used the glaze on college buff as well and got the same result.
  2. Please can someone help me!!?? whenever I use my white glaze (it came as a powder and I’ve mixed it with water to use it) it always bunches/clumps together when fired (I do earthenware so fire the glaze to 1060- which is what the packet says) and also doesn’t apply easily- it dries before I’ve had a chance to properly spread it with the brush. does anyone have advice on how to combat this? Am I meant to mix something else in to it or fire it higher...? im quite new to this so any advice is greatly appreciated :)
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    Bisque Firing

    Thanks for the quick reply, I've looked on the website and it says 1101C is the maximum it can take.
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    Bisque Firing

    I've just bought my first kiln and have never had to operate one myself before, I wondered if anyone has any advice on how long and on what temperature I should for the clay from? I've got an 11.6 C.L. Kiln with a max temp of 1100C, I'm not sure what temperature I should bisque fire it at, also should I heat it up in stages or just set it to the highest temperature that it needs to get to? I use earthenware clay, not sure if this affects it much. Thanks in advance 😊
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