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  1. Firing An Accidentally Glazed Green Ware Pot?

    How slow would you say between 200-500? Should I prop lid as normal?
  2. Firing An Accidentally Glazed Green Ware Pot?

    Thank you all for helping. I am going to let it continue to dry. I may try and forget about it for a week or so. I have a smaller kiln and only put in lesser pieces or none at all with it incase of accident 🤔
  3. Firing An Accidentally Glazed Green Ware Pot?

    Thank you RonSa. I am going to let it really dry and then try firing it. I think I'm going to go with a slow fire as suggested. I guess we'll see what happens.
  4. Firing An Accidentally Glazed Green Ware Pot?

    Thank you both so much. The pot had been dry for weeks. That's why the accident happened. It appeared very similar to the already fired ones. I only realized it was greenware when I wiped the bottom and it showed on my sponge.
  5. Goodmorning everyone! I am new to the forum and have a question. A low-fire sax clay was accidentally glazed with a low-fire glaze and clear glaze on top. Oops! Should I/could I fire this piece with a few other low-fired glazed pots? Any suggestions? I am happy to meet you all and look forward to reading/discussing pottery with you here *sax low-fire 04 *Amaco low-fire glaze 05
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