On some glazes that are low in clay, when the glaze completely dries the wax will peel up since the glaze is too powdery to prevent it. I have a couple that do it. When it happens, it peels up the glaze with it and ruin your nice glaze job. To prevent that from happening, after you're all done glazing the pot and before the glaze has totally dried, lightly go over the wax with a torch to melt it into the glaze. Works like a charm. Or put the pot into the kiln and start the firing right away.
Is it possible to wax over bisque then use a torch to remove it so one could glaze over the bare bisque?
Kind of like the liquid frisket used with airbrushes?
Why not use latex on glaze that you peel off before firing. not sure how latex would react over too powdery glaze. would it stick well enough?